A Cocktail Dress based on a real life cocktail dress, but as I was making it, it started to look less like it due to the lack of the right colors and me not being all that good at this, and I just went with what I wanted to do. I don’t remember where the source is, but hey, dress still came out nice! Not sure if it’s summer appropriate, but that’s probably the furry winter boots talking.

Title: Colour me in

Rating and warnings: NC-17; giggly, clumsy, birthday sex, and really, really fluffy smut (and all the usual warnings that come attached to anal sex)

Summary: Phil can have whatever he wants on his special day, and Dan’s more than happy to give it to him

A/N: I really wanted this done by midnight but I had reading and stuff, so whatever. It’s only a little late! <3 you all x

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TTT01 : George Pitts

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Lintroller is proud to announce the launch of TAGTAGTAG, an annual art journal featuring photography, drawing, poetry, and essays. The product of a dialogue between artists, TAGTAGTAG aims to explore the relationships artists develop through creative influence. Each issue begins with a profile of a renowned artist and then compiles works that have been inspired by, or are relevant to, who we feature.

TAGTAGTAG was conceived by Alex Thebez and Elizabeth Renstrom as a means to feature artists from different backgrounds and practices and unify them in a single conversation. Alex Thebez, a New York based Indonesian photographer, runs Lintroller, an online photography platform, in addition working in commercial and fine art practices. Elizabeth Renstrom is a photographer and editor whose work has been published internationally in publications such as Vice, TIME, Marie Claire, among others.

Issue one of TAGTAGTAG is centered around the elusive artist George Pitts. Contributors read the introductory interview of Pitts by Renstrom and Thebez and were asked to submit work in response to the work of Pitts and his philosophy. Clear themes emerged: sexuality, motherhood, the beauty of the female form, nostalgia, age and queerness. In addition to the art of Pitts, TAGTAGTAG features works by Erik Freer, Zak Krevitt, Sasha Kurmaz, Winslow Laroche, Zöe Ligon, Chas Ray Krider, Lukasz Wierzbowski, Kristofferson San Pablo, Nathan Bajar, Sergiy Barchuk, Ben McNutt, Jon Ervin, Lauren Margit Jones, Malcolm Thorndike Nicholson, Robert Renstrom, Ryan Oskin, Yael Malka, Ronika McClain, Alyssa Kazew, Marilyn Yun Jin, Jeesu Kim, Liaizon Wakest, Dilys Ng, Chuck Grant, Carolyn Griffin, Cait Oppermann, Aaron Hawkes, Elena Montemurro, and Heather Sten.

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