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Piper 3 months ago

Perfection! Both Venice and the photography. Thank you to both. And I have to applaud the beautiful bush - I'd love to see more of it!

Saturday, August 12th, 2017 on Ajavi

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Piper 6 months ago

You have *so* many amazing women, but I have a new favorite. Thank you, Analese!

Saturday, May 13th, 2017 on Dereze

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Piper 2 years ago

I don't mean at all to detract from what you're doing - these are fabulous, as is just about everything you do - the best out there. However, I do think it would be good to give a little background on these (maybe you have and I missed it) - I'm assuming the idea came from the New York artist Clayton Cubitt, his "Hysterical Literature" project. His first subject was Stoya, and it's a kick. There are some thoughtful reflections on the experience on the website for the project (which you can easily find). I actually find yours more engaging - they're so vivid. But it's always good to give credit where it's due. (And again, apologies if I missed something.)

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015 on Vox Episode 3

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Piper 2 years ago

Another phenomenal scene - thank you! I have a request - kind of an odd one - I'd love to see a scene involving a net, preferably two women "trapped" together in it - but making the best of it! I've looked all over, and haven't been able to find such a scene; I can't be the only one with that fantasy.

Anyway, keep up the great work!

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 on Lost In The Rain

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Piper 2 years ago

Yes, thanks, I love those; but there are many awesome pictorials that I'd love to see as movies!

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 on Aregli

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Piper 2 years ago

I love your pictorials (this one's terrific), and I love your films; what I would love to see is films of your pictorials, as many sites do. You're still the best, but please consider it! Thanks for your great work.

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 on Aregli

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Piper 3 months ago

Perfection! Both Venice and the photography. Thank you to both. And I have to applaud the beautiful bush - I'd love to see more of it!

Saturday, August 12th, 2017 on Ajavi

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Piper 6 months ago

You have *so* many amazing women, but I have a new favorite. Thank you, Analese!

Saturday, May 13th, 2017 on Dereze

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Piper 2 years ago

I don't mean at all to detract from what you're doing - these are fabulous, as is just about everything you do - the best out there. However, I do think it would be good to give a little background on these (maybe you have and I missed it) - I'm assuming the idea came from the New York artist Clayton Cubitt, his "Hysterical Literature" project. His first subject was Stoya, and it's a kick. There are some thoughtful reflections on the experience on the website for the project (which you can easily find). I actually find yours more engaging - they're so vivid. But it's always good to give credit where it's due. (And again, apologies if I missed something.)

Wednesday, December 16th, 2015 on Vox Episode 3

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Piper 2 years ago

Another phenomenal scene - thank you! I have a request - kind of an odd one - I'd love to see a scene involving a net, preferably two women "trapped" together in it - but making the best of it! I've looked all over, and haven't been able to find such a scene; I can't be the only one with that fantasy.

Anyway, keep up the great work!

Wednesday, November 11th, 2015 on Lost In The Rain

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Piper 2 years ago

Yes, thanks, I love those; but there are many awesome pictorials that I'd love to see as movies!

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 on Aregli

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Piper 2 years ago

I love your pictorials (this one's terrific), and I love your films; what I would love to see is films of your pictorials, as many sites do. You're still the best, but please consider it! Thanks for your great work.

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015 on Aregli

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Rose 2 years ago

Quite right, Piper – credit where it's due! I haven't been able to get Alis Locanta's comments on his motivation for this project as he is traveling at present, but yes, I believe it is an homage to Cubitt's renowned work, which can be seen at www.hystericalliterature.com. Actually I think the subjects' reflections on the experience are the most interesting part – let me see if I can get some feedback from our models on this :-)

Thursday, December 17th, 2015 on Vox Episode 3

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Rose 2 years ago

Hi Piper, on many of our movies we have photographs too, I hope you will check them out :-)

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 on Aregli