Saturday, October 14, 2006

A FreakSpeaker.com Exclusive The Quills Awards

Being a journalist has its perks... like having friends that take photos and that are willing to share with you some unpublished or unsold materials for your website or blog.
Sorry for the mean watermark, but due to the nature of the Internet and the Andercommunity, we don't want them to go uncredited.

And To My Dear Freak, THANKYOU FOR THE ARCHIVE!

From The Quills Award






















More during the week
Enjoy!

3 comentarios:

courtney01 said...

Very nice. Tell your friend thank you!

ivy said...

I love exclusives! Thanks to your mysterious friend -)

Anonymous said...

That is the same shiny-lapel suit he wore to the Emmys. I hate it! He, however, looks divine as always.

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