New edition of “Behind the picture” is now available on Rainwearpassion.com, and this edition is featuring the photos that I and Latex Kitty have created together, the story behind them, and a talk about the rainwear fetish community.
The goal of the “Behind the Picture” series is to explore not only the story behind a certain powerful or interesting rainwear picture but also the person depicted in the picture or the photographer who created the image.
All too often a picture is shared online endlessly; the people in the picture are reduced to objects or subjected to speculation about their motivations and feelings, and nobody will ever find out what was really behind the image.
Read the “Behind the Picture with 3xL and Latex Kitty” at Rainwearpassion.com.
I can’t get enough of latex fetish-themed art. Our home is full of figurines, oil paintings and art prints of various fetish artists. And being a professional graphic designer, I also wish to express my latex fetish and personal preferences through my own art.
My latest artwork is called “The Mistress”. It’s a portrait of a latex-covered dominant lady wearing a latex hood with a red ponytail. Her eyes are shut, but she still comes across as strong and confident.
The inspiration to create this vintage latex fetish poster came when I first saw the work “Sensationspigen” by the Danish artist Sven Brasch (1886-1970).
I previewed an unfinished version of “The Mistress” on Twitter and received a very positive response – everybody loved her. Thank you all for your support. I finished my artwork now and want to give you the chance to win a private “session” with “The Mistress” by entering my giveaway.
ENTERING THE GIVEAWAY:
1. Share a link to this post on FetLife, Twitter, Facebook or any other social media channel.
2. Leave a comment here with a link to your social media channel and what print of “The Mistress” you want, if you are the winner.
Only one entry per person! One person with several entries disqualifies for the giveaway draw. Lustlovelatex.com authors can’t take part in this draw. Random.org integer generator will pick the winner.
This giveaway closes 48 hours from now, Wednesday April 27th 2016, at 12.00 p.m (recorded by the comment time stamp).
And the winner is: The Rubber Duke!
I’m very proud to announce that my first premium design called “The Call of Caoutchouc” is available in my Redbubble store now! The artwork is a massive tribute to rubberism, old horror movie posters and Cthulhu!
I first learned about the Cthulhu mythos when I was playing role playing games in my teenage years. It was created by an American author known as H. P. Lovecraft, who achieved posthumous fame through his influential works of horror fiction.
In his initial short story, “The Call of Cthulhu”, published in Weird Tales in 1928, Cthulhu is malevolent entity hibernating within a underwater city in the South Pacific by the name of R’lyeh. The imprisoned Cthulhu is the source of constant anxiety for mankind at a subconscious level, driving many insane. The short story asserts the premise that, while currently trapped, Cthulhu will eventually return.
H. P. Lovecraft describes a statue of Cthulhu as “A monster of vaguely anthropoid outline, but with an octopus-like head whose face was a mass of feelers, a scaly, rubbery-looking body, prodigious claws on hind and fore feet, and long, narrow wings behind.”
The idea of a aeons old god sleeping in a sunken city at the bottom of the ocean, waiting to the stars to align so he can raise again, both fascinate and horrify me at the same time – and it have inspired me to create a rubberist version of the great Cthulhu, wearing full rubber suit, harness, heavy gloves and a gas mask with corrugated gas mask tubes for tentacles.
Instead of the word “Cthulhu”, I used “Caoutchouc” – the latin word for “rubber”, as many rubber fetishist feel that their fetish is a calling. A call that if answered will lead to incredible pleasures, but if unanswered will make them go insane.
I choose to commission the art from Vince Ruarus, a commercial artist from the Netherlands. Vince understood what I was looking for right from the start, as you can see in his first sketch displayed on the left. The final design is no less than AMAZING!
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I’m planning to start up as a freelancer later this year. I love to work from home and enjoy the flexibility it gives me so I can spend more time with our little daughter, support our family and still have time for writing on my latex blog.
In my professional career I have worked with everything from business cards to 200 page magazines, build web sites, weblogs, web stores and marketed businesses and products online. Skills and services that I will offer to individuals and companies in my own network as well as the fetish industry. I will help people create awesome marketing materials, strengthen brands and boost sales.
I’m especially skilled at:
- Graphic Design – Magazines, posters, flyers & logos
- Web Design – Websites, blogs, pay sites & online stores
- Online Marketing – SEO, link building & social media
- Online Campaigns – Product launches & crowd sourcing
I have, as some of you already noticed, started blogging again on a regular basis and also updated the blog design with a fresh new look. This is all a part of the revival of the 3xL blog and my return to the rubber realm.
When Latex Kitty and I became parents almost two years ago, my blogging became more and more sporadic and came to a total stop during the fall of 2014. The reason for this was that our little daughter developed an eating disorder and was hardly sleeping, serious issues that we had to get professional help with to solve and that we are still working to resolve on a daily basis. It’s been really hard, but things are slowly getting better.
I want to reclaim my blog and own it again. I strongly believe that my blog needs to be personal, caring, and full of insights.
My readers should be able to see themselves and learn from my experiences like they used to when I first started blogging. I want to dive into serious issues that every latex fetishist can relate to and choose not to care about which celebrity is currently wearing Atsuko Kudo’s latex design.
I wish to continue to support the fetish community. I believe it’s important to support those who strive to make our fetish world a better place. This goes for both the established ones, but also newcomers and especially the ones in my local community. I will continue to feature interviews with latex designers, fetish models and other people who inspire me, people who live the fetish lifestyle and contribute to the fetish community.
It’s my hope that this post gave you an idea of why I stopped updating and what exciting plans I have for my blog in the future. I would be grateful if you would leave a comment and tell me what kind of themes you would like to read about here on the 3xL blog? Feel free to contact me via email, Twitter or FetLife, if you just want to say hi or have a latex fetish tip for me. Thank you for your support.