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Farewell – LAST POST

It is with great sadness that I announce the closure of Tight Lycra. 10 years 11 months and 1 day after the first post. 1166 Images, 182 videos, 564 posts since then. Uncountable hours spent inside a tight garment to create this unconventional creature, a peculiar… perhaps crazy experiment, a once in a lifetime experience, the expression of a lonely mind… gone free.

I prepared a very special video to say good bye. A retrospective of this 10 years of Lycra, my farewell as Mallat.

I want to say thanks to all my followers, and to any person who visited this blog, that enjoyed the images, that found the motivation to explore more into this world. This was Tight Lycra.

Tight Lycra was one of a kind, sometimes I wonder how many did ever anything like this, with the amount of time to create it, for that long, given for free, in exchange of nothing. Unfortunately this day had to happen, and instead of abandoning it, I decided to give a nice finale.

What will happen now? well, this also marks the end of Mallat as a persona, as I am moving forward to other projects. My fetish for tight clothes is still there, and those who know me also know where to find me. If you want to be in contact with me, feel free to write me, I am still, as always, keen to any conversation and friendship.

I hope you will remember it and if some day you feel sad, get into your favorite suit, and take a good picture… This is how everything started.

Bye.

Mallat.

Zentai Statue

Ok, today I come with something a little bit different… and messy. First of all do not try this at home, unless you know what you are doing. In this video I decided to have some messy fun, but instead of using paint, I used plaster.
As you know plaster will harden in a few minutes, creating a zentai statue.

The experience is quite fun and feeling the plaster setting is quite exciting, However, this process totally ruins the suit, that can’t be saved after it, also the zip will get stuck trapping me inside the dirty suit… fun?

Playing with plaster can be dangerous, it can burn your skin or stick onto it, or you can get really trapped, never let the plaster touch your skin. Many safety measures were taken to make this.

I would like to try this again, but could be better with somebody else’s help to pour the plaster so the result could me more realistic as a statue…

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