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Jacq the Stripper for ELSC Life Drawing!

Jacq the Stripper for East London Strippers Collective by Suzanne Forbes Aug 31 2020I tuned into the East London Strippers Collective Life Drawing livestream again, for a celeb visit!

Jacq the Stripper, performer, artist and author, posed for the session in several cool looks and entertained us all tremendously.

Jacq the Stripper Alien 1 for East London Strippers Collective by Suzanne Forbes Aug 31 2020Alien babe!

I caught the ELSC life drawing stream the week before, to draw gorgeous Sasha Diamond, and that was when I heard that Jacq would be modeling. I snapped up the last ticket!

Jacq the Stripper Alien 2 for East London Strippers Collective by Suzanne Forbes Aug 31 2020I was a fan of her work as an artist already, and really enjoyed hearing her talk and joke about New York.

She had some excellent stories! You can shop for goodies here and support her on her Patreon here.

Jacq the Stripper 2 for East London Strippers Collective by Suzanne Forbes Aug 31 2020The East London Strippers Collective is a self-organized group of professional strippers.

They “aim to shatter stereotypes and challenge stigma, whilst improving their own working conditions.”

The life drawing sessions are very well run and very entertaining; I highly recommend a visit!

I am so grateful to my Patreon Patrons, whose monthly financial support lets me keep documenting international performers while I work safely at home.

Ixa Psyborg at Alte Muenze!

Ixa Psyborg Berlin by Suzanne Forbes September 26 2020Finally finished this drawing of gorgeous Ixa Psyborg!

Ixa Psyborg, aka Demi Urge aka Chi Chi, performed for House of Deutlich at Alte Muenze this summer. The event was Feel Festival, and Ixa’s performance was captured in an incredible magic hour video by Nicholas Haumann which you can see here. And check out IxaMixes on Soundcloud here!

A spectacular show by one of the most talented folx in Berlin, watch the video and see 🙂

I am so grateful to my Patreon Patrons, whose monthly financial support lets me keep documenting Berlin’s international, intersectional drag and burlesque performers while I work safely at home.