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…
We had a chat with Istanbul-born producer Ozoyo about his latest video release “Daydream in Green” (we absolutely love the visuals for that!), about his love and hate for his hometown and making his friend change their view on jazz music.
Intrigued by the amazing dance performance of Christopher Russell and Niina Rajaniemi we are happy to video premiere “Lavender”, a track by DJ and producer Andy Kulter. “As in the middle ages Lavender was used as an aphrodisiac herb, I wanted to recreate the practical of magic and love in a song.
“This was my first time shooting with Magaly, who recently moved from Rimouski – a very remote town – to Montreal.” explains Alex Hajaradan about his newest C-Heads Exclusive. A stunning natural story full of good vibes, warm colours and pureness.
“I attended the 5th anniversary of bi-annual CRSSD Festival in San Diego this March – the beautiful house/techno/electronic-focused music festival set on the scenic waterfront. Another successful year of love and music shared by all.
“I now choose to share a more honest and authentic range of expression on social media, in my modeling work and in all of my life.” Get to know gorgeous Amelia Zadro. We sat down with the London based model to have an insightful talk about her experiences, self-confidence, challenges and the beauty industry. Photographed by Lenara Choudhury.
“The biggest challenge?Putting our three brains together” Formed in Nashville COIN were started by students at Belmont University in 2012. The trio consists of Chase Lawrence (vocals/synths), Joe Memmel (guitar/vocals), and Ryan Winnen (drums) signed with Columbia that fall.
Konstantin Arnold shares another personal photo and written story with us. He describes himself as a man without a smartphone but with a typewriter. A writer who moved to another country to be free and perceive things that don’t stand out at home. Someone who looks strangers in the eye and smokes red Marlboros.
From February 28th to March 6th the Carnival took over beautiful Barcelona. “I honestly don’t know much about Carnival. I just wanted a beer.” Mexican photographer Carlos Bala laughs. “I’m new to Barcelona, and this festival seem just perfect for me to dress up however you want, get drunk and dance in the street.
Imagine being up in the West Hollywood hills with views over the entire LA and catching all the beauty it offers. This is truly Hollywood life; working out looking over Los Angeles, drinking fresh coconuts and attended by LA’s it girls. We just try to imagine waking up and calling this place home?
“I began photography at the age of 25. Picking up a camera to express my creativity whilst acting on stage and on TV. Studying acting has brought a different style to my photography, and using that, with my drive, passion and a love of storytelling I have developed a style for myself.” Those are the intro words by photographer Chris Dwyer who is currently living and working in London.
You can scroll really endless on the site of New York based photographer Eric Van Nynatten as the expressive urban landscapes, and fashion editorials protraits are deeply captivating. We had a chat with the talented artist about phone photography, challenges and creating a unique stlye.
Welcome Orange County based photographer Gabriel Maldonado on C-Heads. For this natural and sporty series he teamed up with muse Cameron Crews.
Originally from Athens, which is a little town near Tyler, rapper Tay Money moved to Dallas in 2015. Growing up, she always enjoyed listening to rap music and freestyling with friends. Enjoy our sidewalk talk where she opens up about challenges, farm life and her love for hip-hop.
“Severiano” is a cinematic short movie about the reflection of a lost youth produced and directed by Argentinian film directors Francisco Mazziotti & Alexan Kevork Sarikamichian of Alexan Films.
“Dedicated to the ongoing battle between what was and what is, conformity and resistance, stagnation and progress we are looking at a time, where the past is embraced with a veil of nostalgic longing just as much as the reflective criticism of maintained norms of ideas.” explains Austrian photographer Christoph Liebentritt the idea behind his latest photo shooting.