NSFW Saturday – Doublespeak 7 Days a Week


Mr X Stitch presents NSFW Saturday

Hey everyone! It’s time for some salacious stitching. If you’re ready, scroll past the cuteness and get to it!

WARNING!
NSFW SATURDAYS WILL CONTAIN CONTENT THAT IS NOT SAFE FOR WORK!
IF YOU READ THESE POSTS, AND ARE OFFENDED, WE’RE SORRY BUT WE DID WARN YOU!

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We love Doublespeak, as you can see she when she was featured here. She’s made 7 special tidy cloths for a show called Deep Down Dirty this October, and we wanted to share some with you.

Frost my cupcake by double-speak

Wild Thing by double-speak

Eat my pussy by double-speak

To see all seven – you know you want to – check them out here.

To see more of Doublespeak’s deliciously devilish work, check out her flickr photostream or her etsy store.


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  • Thanks Mr X Stitch for my second NSFW feature! I love this blog! Here is the press release for the show, if you are in the NOLA area, come out and see some Tidy Cloths!

    Deep.Down.Dirty. – An Exploration of Southern Female Sexuality opens October 10 at Antenna Gallery, located at 3161 Burgundy in the New Orleans Bywater. Representing the work of eight female artists, Deep.Down.Dirty. explores the innate dualities of female sexual identity that arise from coming of age in the Deep South. The artists on display include Helen Maurene Cooper (Chicago, IL), Emily English (Lincoln, NE), Mary Elkins (Richmond, VA), Amanda Finn (Brooklyn, NY), Grace Mikell (New Olreans, LA), Adrian Price (New Orleans, LA), Amelia Raley (Austin, TX), and Kristin Wanek (Los Angeles, CA).

    Each of the featured artists was raised in the deep South or was influenced by southern culture from a young age. Their work ranges diverse media such as fabric arts, installation, painting, video art, ceramics, and photography. Though the artists share a common thread of being raised as southern women, each artist has approached the nebulous issue of sexual identity through completely divergent means. Deep.Down.Dirty examines the effects of a culture steeped in myth, history, and feminine ideals on the personal identities of these female artists.

    Deep.Down.Dirty. is curator Robin Atkinson’s New Orleans curatorial debut. Atkinson relocated to New Orleans in August of 2008 to work as the Curatorial Coordinator for Prospect.1. She has recently joined forces with Antenna Gallery which is operated by the artist-run 501c3 collective Press Street with the mission of promoting both art and literature in the community through dynamic projects, collaborations, and publications.

    Deep.Down.Dirty. will hold its Opening Event Saturday, October 10 from 6 – 9 PM during the St. Claude Second Saturday art openings. It will feature a performance by contemporary dancer Jen Whiddon at 8 PM in the gallery.

    The opening will be followed by an Antenna Event at the AllWays Lounge at 2240 St. Claude Ave. The event begins at 10 PM and will include performances by Jean-Eric (Electo-Dance from New Orleans, LA), Eclipse Glasses (funk, soul, electro, Afrobeat, reggae and weirdo disco from Little Rock, AR), and DJ Rusty Lazer (New Orleans, LA). Admission is $7. Proceeds benefit Antenna Gallery.

    Deep.Down.Dirty will be on view from October 10 – November 8 at Antenna Gallery, located at 3161 Burgundy St, New Orleans, LA 70117. Gallery hours are 12 – 5 PM Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

    For more information please contact Robin Atkinson at 479 422 7305 or robinwallis.atkinson@gmail.com or visit http://www.antennagallery

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