I think it depends what you’re looking for. A lot of people would strive to have his body style, but I agree that visible abs are generally overrated and not necessary.
Chest development is really tough. I continue to have issues with my chest development and am always dancing a fine line between a shoulder injury and adding weight/reps to my bench. Every time I make progress, I start to feel the onset of something bad in my chest and have to back off. For years I fought having the chest of a 13 year old boy. Now, I have one of a 17 year old boy. And I’m nearly 38.
Most of the people who look like what you’re describing, though, don’t do two particular exercises: squats and deadlifts. Those two exercises virtually guarantee solid mass and they have a particular effect on the upper body that is hard to describe. You HAVE to train those two exercises and consistently add weight to the bar. In order to do that, you’ll have to eat and sleep well enough. But, trust me, you won’t look like that if you do squats and deadlifts. Your chest might still suck though... Mine does. :-)