Do you remember this feeling when time seems to stop in certain places? And at the same time everything starts to turn all around. How intense it felt? For this issue, together with great artists such…
Grace Van Dien is a young actress from Los Angeles (you might know her from the The Village on NBC) and I’ve photographed her quite a few times in these past few years. After days and days of rain, spring arrived in Los Angeles and we popped over to a near by tennis court for some volleying and photos.” Darren Ankeman tells.
Before you know it summer is back – and with it this tingling sensation inside to celebrate summer and life. And what better way than doing that on a music festival? So do you want to join us at the Germany’s biggest Electronic Music Festival at the Airport Weeze? We’re giving away 1×2 Regular Full Weekend Visa + Mellow Fields (Campsite) + Parking for the PAROOKAVILLE Festival!
“I have a real passion for honesty” “Noah Kahan grew up in the small town Strafford, Vermont with only a population of 1,000 and the 133-acre tree farm where he still lives. So much happened since then. In our interview he opens up about signing to Republic Records, honesty, anxiety and depression and growing as a person.
“Sometimes you just meet a person for the first time and you immediately feel a strong chemical attraction.” Martin Jovcheski smiles. “These photos are the perfect result of that chemistry. Cecile wanted to make her own “private photobook” and invited me to her apartment.
On Hair (& Women) is an ongoing series by Lebanese photographer based in Paris Clara Abi Nader. Started 2014-present the project studying women and their relationship to hair by questioning social norms about femininity, hair loss due to sickness and medical treatments, cultural backgrounds, gender and sexual orientation. All Shot on film 35mm and 120mm.
“Menorca is one of my favourite places. I went there this summer with Catarina.This are like memories of some of the moments we had there…”
Yves Sochi is a Director and Photographer based in Seoul, Korea. She beautifully scouts locations, shoots in her own experimental style, and curates a final photo set of a one-of-a-kind story. Taking a moment to ask her a couple of questions while seeing an ambition, and artistry that will hopefully inspire all of us, to develop and capture our own city’s story in a new perspective.
“Success to me means being happy and comfortable with yourself and having good people around you!”Ruel’s talent with music became evident at an early age as he excelled in his singing and guitar lessons whilst in primary school. Fast forward to middle school age he started performing at school functions and busking along the Sydney beaches.
Finding balance between bitter and sweet is one of the most universally appealing human concepts. On his new EP, “Anywhere But Here”, Mielo takes you through his own personal accounts…
“I love London. It’s one of those cities, that have got some magic vibes. And my beloved Leica is always with me. Together with my best friend I captured some moments we experienced on the busy streets that weekend.”
Finally we have a new series starring Ukrainian beauty Olga Grinzel. And what can we say… We feel she like landed from another planet. Photographed by Tanasis Lampropoulos. Enjoy! More…
Jeffrey Chan teamed up with model Christen Harper of Wilhelmina LA and makeup & hair artist Chloe Schlossmann for this delicate Fashion Story. The Canadian photographer is currently self-publishing a photography coffee table book entitled “Everyday Africa“, detailing a five month overland journey from Cairo to Cape Town.
“I don’t care about the fame, I care about impact”Tayla Parx has broken all the boundaries being a Grammy Awards – nominated singer, songwriter, and actress. In our interview we talked about growing up, challenges, love and her new album ‘We Need To Talk.’
The difference between a self-portrait and a real shooting with a photographer is that there is no bashfulness. It’s only between myself and I. Sometimes it feels pretty weird because I am trying out strange things, but it’s an intimate moment with my own body.
“Since having recently moved to New York from Los Angeles, I find myself eager to meet new people, and be a part of new experiences. I feel fortunate that my interests in art and more specifically photography, have lended themselves to doing those things. I’m realizing the importance of really looking at things, and that, so far, has served me well.”