My friend Danimal is one of the boys who throws the Oh! parties. He came by today because they want me to design an Oh t-shirt, since Oh! is turning 2 in March, and they are going to celebrate. I think I'm going to make a t-shirt with an image of two boys making love on the hood of an old Mercedes; the chauffer and his employer, in top hat and tails. So I had Danimal model, with myself, for a variety of poses to make paintings for my show in Switzerland this summer, and to make Oh! fliers. I'll post the stock photos we took of ourselves making sweet inter-class love later, but for now, here are the first photos, of Danimal undressing and looking adorable!
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
I posted a couple of these shots before, but there were so many good ones I felt like I should re-visit them and share them with you; most of these have not been posted before. They are stock photos, but I have never used them in my work before. There are tons more in different kinds of poses, so I'll be posting them over the next week or so!
I'll post more soon!
These are the photos of myself dressing up on mine and Jeremy's lovely day of 18th century fun. This was actually my costume for Mardi Gras that year, which is why it occurred to me for us to dress up this way in the first place. That was an amazing Mardi Gras; so cold for my bare legs! I had made a pair of blue tights to go with the costume, but my boyfriend insisted I wear his torn up stockings, and I kind of liked the effect! Anyway, here are the photos!
The stock photos are next - of us acting out decadent 18th century madness! I'll post them soon!
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
These are some more photos from a while back, but which I never posted. Jeremy, the boy in the photos, used to be my assistant and good friend. He was super game, and since as everyone knows the workday goes better if your cute assistant is naked, I only rarely allowed him to wear clothes in the house, which he was only to happy to do. We used to spend our days dressed up in togas, or Aztec loincloths, or beaded jockstraps, painting away and enjoying the day. On the day in question, he showed up at work with a pair of net hose in tow, and thought that should be his workday uniform. That sounded like an excellent idea to me, so we pilfered my costume closet, and came up with some charming 18th century costumes (they are not very historically accurate!) to wear for the day! I pulled down the photographic backdrop to take stock photos since we were getting extra dressed up that day, and these are the photos that resulted! Here is Jeremy, getting dressed, with some help from yours truly:
His outfit for the day!
The next two posts will show my outfit, and some stock photo of us together!