Blue Blood: April Flores Video Interview

A while back we told you about the April Flores BBW pussy mold gallery show, where she and curator Carlos Batts assembled something resembling the Magnificent Eight of pop-culture artists to add their creative interpretations to the original plaster molds of April’s beautiful vagina. The molds were made by Topco as they cast the world’s first fully fuckable realistic BBW pussy sex toy directly from April’s amazing body. Well, Amelia G and Forrest Black, from Blue Blood went to the gallery show and interviewed Carlos Batts, one of the artists named Misha, and April Flores about the art and it’s inspiration. It’s nice to see cool people we know from the static internet as they are in real life. Here is the video:

Here are some photos of some my favorite pieces that were in the show:

April Flores Topco BBW Pussy Mold Art Gallery Show
Jim Mahfood: Gold Teeth

April Flores Topco BBW Pussy Mold Art Gallery Show
Misha: Our Lady of the Labia

April Flores Topco BBW Pussy Mold Art Gallery Show
KozynDan: Passing Tuxedo Felines on the Journey to the next Dimension

Blue Blood writes:

This video features Forrest Black’s interview with the beautiful muse April Flores and my interview with art show curator and contributing artist Carlos Batts and contributing artist Misha (who enjoyed one of the tickets won by MorningStar in our Sisters of Mercy giveaway). Forrest Black and April Flores discuss what it is like to be immortalized in a very unique way and Carlos Batts and Misha and I discuss their inspirations for their respective pieces and Carlos Batts’ vision for the show. The gallery was kind enough to let us shoot while they were closing up, after the huge crowd had dispersed, so it would be quiet enough to hear the interviews, although I think you can see them flicking the lights on and off once or twice to remind folks to exit the building and head out to Good Luck Bar. The video is directed by Forrest Black. Blue Blood theme music is by Tim Skold. The gallery show party portion of the video features many luminaries in attendance, including yours truly, photographer Steve Diet Goedde, memorabilia historian Matt Kennedy, director Ramzi Abed, writer Gram Ponante, photographer Michael Prior (all the way from Australia!), and many more.

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