“Who doesn’t love tennis? Just kidding – I’m talking the aesthetic of tennis. The beautiful Sophie and I got together to create some high fashion looks on the court” Miami based photographer Carianne Older laughs. Her newest C-Heads Exclusive featuring gorgeous Sophie Deleuze of Next Models all captured on 35mm and Polaroid originals.
“A rekindled love affair took place in West Hollywood at Dajana’s apartment last week. It’s been kind of a game of tag over the years, we first shot in Southern Ontario, Canada in this off season cottage near where I grew up after meeting at a party in Toronto in 2012. It was one of her very first times modelling and I encouraged her to do more of it.
“My fear is of becoming too familiar. Uninteresting. Predictable. Forgettable. Uninspiring. Unimaginative. So I live without giving fully of myself. In hopes that one day, you’ll care enough to dig a little deeper.” explains stunning model Candace Kohl on her instagram. We can feel her words. In this C-Heads exclusive, together with the likewise breathtaking beauties Olivia Sang and Kitso Kgori they convey inspiring and unforgettable beauty of the female body and human connection.
“Muses” is a photo project that combines a photographer and a painter, both lovers of women, their beauty and their bodies.” Our eyes wander across the scene captured by photographer Maud Chalard, and bide awhile at the colours, canvas, painter Louis Thomas and the two models Lea & Salomé.
Polish photographer Wojciech Barczuk invited Arina Ispolatova for a quick, spontaneous photoshoot to their creative space CUKIER in Warsaw. “We talked a little, grabbed some coffee and started working together, walking around the house, enjoying the green grass in the garden, shooting part on film and part digital.
As a multimedia abstract painter, together with working as a model for the past 8 years, I have been intimidated and demeaned by many professionals when entering the world of art. The behaviours I have encountered has left me feeling discouraged and intimidated – solely on the fact of my previous profession.
“I’ve been photographing within the Russian electronic scene for 3 years.” Photographer Vera Linnik starts to share with us. “Once I realized, that there is always this one moment at the party that fascinates me in a very intensive way: the moment of falling into yourself. Meeting your real self, not covered with everyday routine, fears and stereotyped world.”