In this issue we are going to explore happiness. The pursuit of happiness may well be the most stubborn of all human clichés. Everybody, throughout human history, has been searching for it, selling it, finding it, and losing it. Happiness is what keeps us humans going. What helps us forget the hardships. It distracts us from the tragedy and finiteness of life. Happiness is like the drug that keeps us alive.
Knowing when to shut your mouth can be sometimes more crucial than knowing when to open it. It’s not the sexiest thing to sing about, but it’s raw and evocative.…
“This EP definitely feels more authentic and real to me as an artist in comparison to my previous releases. I’ve always felt a pressure to fit into the Pop category even though it was never something I truly wanted for myself. I experienced a huge amount of joy in the writing and recording process of Apex – something I’ve not felt before.”
Slovak photographer Viktor Cicko is finally back on C-Heads with an intimate, playful set shoot in an old style room at Chill House. Located in a villa area above Bratislava old town the place offers 4 different rooms. Together with Klara and Lea, who have been friends since high school, the images takes us on a artistic journey playing with complement, line and forms.
“While born in Frankfurt, Germany, I spent a large part of my youth growing up in Northern Africa, especially Morocco.” begins Cyril Schirmbeck to tell about his background and motivation for those photos of model Rachel Samstag (who is with Le Management agency) that were taken at Riyad El Cadi, in the historic Marrakech Medina.
We sat down with 26 year-old French-Polynesian self-taught multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Pastel to talk about his new song Daylight, teaming up with vocalist Ben Kessler and the very first moment when he felt he wanted to be a musician.
I feel myself when I have no pressure. When I do what I want in the moment without having to justify myself, and the people around me are not surprised. I feel connected to the worlds when it speaks to me and responds to me.” We are happy to have him back on C-Heads with an Exclusive series starring gorgeous Aurelia.
Enjoy a moment with model Sirena Warren. Photography and Interview by Keitaro Cloward Phone ringing… Keitaro: Hi it’s Keitaro. Sirena: Hi. Keitaro: Just calling about the interview, do you wanna…
Chelsea Collins understands great pop music. Which is why it’s no surprise her most recent single “07 Britney” is a knockout. The LA-based producer and songwriter has kind of been kicking the door down as of late. C-Heads recently caught up with Chelsea to talk about “07 Britney”, creative process, and her undying love for the pop music of the aughts.
“Megan and I had shot before in New York in a studio, which is not my preferred setting. I was excited to photograph her in Los Angeles this time, out in nature under the open sky.” photographer Reto Sterchi tells about his C-Heads Exclusive starring muse Megan Moore of Tricia Brink Management and Herold Models which we fall in love for her all over natural look and free spirit.
“I shoot on film because I believe that photographs on film have more soul than modern digital photographs. I hope these images transmit something to you.” tells us 18-year-young Italian film photographer Jada and shows us her photo session with model Giordana.
“Winter mornings are so beautiful in Cape Town and I’ve come to appreciate them so much more under our present circumstances. I spend mornings sitting in the sun as it warms my face, appreciating all the things about it I took for granted.” tells us photographer Tsele Tommy Nthane about his new series starring 20-year-young enchanting Ylva.
Little did I know that my ability to seek change depended on the stability of the world at large. In March, that sense of stability came crashing down and suddenly I found myself in a situation of change that was beyond my experience and above my pay grade.
How well we know this feeling of “Fernweh” – the yen to see distant places. The feeling of curiosity, of excitement when you leave the known behind and enter into a different world. Detached from your daily life, you inhale some moments of freedom, and create wonderful lasting memories. The Swiss gallery Bildhalle dedicated their latest exhibition to Fernweh.
“In February my love and me went to Brazil and checked into a hotel room in Rio. On a lucid and golden morning and after a hot spiked coffee in bed I took a few pictures of her… of us. Later we went to explore the city. We were supposed to stay a month in Brazil but due to corona virus we ended-up staying another two months… and we are still here.”
“Quarantine learned me the fact that I have more time, and it taught me to manage my time better.” Enjoy a moment with Los Angeles based designer and creative Janice Kim.