Hermanni is the name of a neighbourhood in Helsinki, Finland. Needless to say, it’s a very silly name for a neighbourhood. Hermanni is also a very silly name for a person, and, not surprisingly, the area was named by a certain man named Herman.
But you’re not here to hear about Hermanni, I suppose. You’re here to see Tuire and Jenni in latex. In Hermanni, the neighbourhood.
Hello, she is Jenni. You might remember her from such Project Ls such as Project L: Part 76 – Late summer evening in Helsinki and Project L: Part 77 – Three’s Autumn.
This is her apartment, and it packs a plenty of memorabilia on the walls. There’s a strong, empathic feeling here.
This is Tuire. She’s only been in the project once, in Project L: Part 77 – Three’s Autumn. Tuire is ready to roll the streets in this wonderful outfit.
Initially she planned her outfit to fit a regular, black suit, but instead we steered over to the classic, metallic red colour, which, luckily, fit her planned style well.
Traveling by foot is oftentimes quite difficult to capture in a realistic-looking way, because, let’s face it, we’re just walking along.
Occasionally I do a silly sprint to be in front of the models, but oftentimes I’ll just stick along and photograph their necks. Or something.
Sometimes the journey is not as important as the destination.
Jenni was somewhat terrified of the thought that ticks might be present with the girls just laying there on the ground. Luckily a catsuit covers most of the body. But not everything…
No ticks were found at this point. Tuire busted out her scary-looking wooden sickle-thingies, that would have been even more scarier should they have been made from sharpened metal.
Or human bones. That’s pretty spooky.
Supposedly they are used in flow arts, and such is the way Tuire spun them. There’s a video coming soon-ish to Project L’s YouTube page. Make sure to follow, if you haven’t yet done so! 14,000 people can’t be wrong.
Tuire is used to the ways of “scooting”, as the young folks say. When I was a child, these things had no engines, and we had to kick ourselves up the hill to school and back for forty kilometers while it was snowing and raining and the wolves were after us!
There might be a slight exaggeration there somewhere, but I’m not exactly sure where.
This was Jenni’s first time on an electric scooter. I was given a chance, but I had to pass. I’m way too prone for bizarre accidents.
Things got dead-serious when Tuire got out her selfie stick. My question of “those still exist” were met with a plain and simple answer: “Yes, it’s pretty handy”.
And yeah, it is nice to have more options to improve your selfie game. Can’t argue with that.
So the project was over.
Or was it?
After being introduced to latex for the first time in the 76th project, Jenni had ordered herself a new dress from a Finnish latex tailor, Tiina Rikala.
So of course we had to shoot with it.
And here we are. This is now the second Project L with the redesigned style. There were some minor changes here and there, and maybe a bit less of the boxes covering up the photos.
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