Ah, summer. Finally!

While we were self-isolating quite a lot and haven’t seen that many people, Jonna crowdfunded herself a new catsuit of her own.

Another person converted to the ways of the shiny outfits!

The new suit was stored in talcum powder, as fresh latex almost always is, so Jonna had to rinse all that away.

Talcum powder tends to get all over, be sticky and enhance the seams in a way that does not look very appealing – this is why we usually prefer silcon-based dressing aids.

Jonna’s new catsuit is a Princess Catsuit from Libidex with a tall cut. It’s a bit thicker than any latex I’ve owned has been; while our usual thickness is 0.4 millimetres, Jonna’s suit is 0.5 millimetres.

On paper it’s not a huge difference, but Jonna told me that she can feel it. It’s way less flexible and thus more difficult to get dressed into, but as it is sturdier, it’s somehow more comfortable.

Jonna’s new rescue cat was extremely social and curious. He was not very impressed with a catsuit, but – in fact – meowed something about identity theft not being a joke.

During the lockdown Jonna also decided to adopt a few tomato plants. They were a lot less curious bunch than the cat.

But at least they were thirsty.

Yes. That is a unicorn, even though it looks like a potato. A unitato, if you may.

Apparently I’ve fallen out of fashion ages ago. That is not news, but, I’m told, that belt bags are now in fashion among the youngsters.

Belt bags.

Really.

When I was young, belt bags were the absolutely most awful thing to own and wearing one would be extremely humiliating.

In the end, Jonna opted not to wear the belt bag for the photoshoot. She told me that all of her things would not fit there, but I feel that my amazement that belt bags are actually a thing might have contributed to her decision.

Kids today… Belt bags…

“This hood is a pretty good hood.”

There is so much pollen in the air, especially that of birch, that our previous measurement scales have been insufficient.

Whereas the previous maximum was on a level from 0 to 3, the current pollen levels are above 4.

<insert Spinal Tap reference here>

You can see the yellowishtint on Jonna’s catsuit on multiple photos. That’s pollen right there.

The birches were defeated.

It was time to head back to Jonna’s home, to see a very curious cat.

Even though I wasn’t initially pleased with the harsh midday sun and its way too strong shadows, I feel that the end result is good.

Without an expensive camera with a wide dynamic range these photos would have not been possible. The lighting quality could improve drasticly with reflectors opening up the shadows or with even flashes, but extra equipment removes the candid, true nature of the photos. They fit in every now and then, but Project L is what it is without extra hassle – as real life as a planned photoshoot can be.

That, and I’m also a very lazy artist. But I like to call it a style of choice.


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Latex used in the project

Black Tall Princess Catsuit by Libidex

6 Responses

  1. Robofish says:

    The suit looks great! Especially with the cool sunglasses. Love the unicorn too! :)

  2. Woitzyk Martin says:

    Find the story super nice and the photos just great :)

  3. Ernie Bryant says:

    Fantastic set of pictures, Jonna looks stunningly beautiful as always👍💖

  4. Thomaswhite says:

    She’s so pretty an even more wearin that latex…

  5. Very, very lovely photos! And snarky comments ;) Keep up the great work, I adore it!!

  6. Congrats to Jonna in choosing an awesome 0.5mm suit. Is’s he right decision at all.
    And the story about the “cat-suit” is hilarious. YMMD.
    Thanks a lot guys!

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