A Love Affair. Devoting your time with heart and soul to something you love can unveil elusive energy, undreamt possibilities. This issue we dedicate to passion. The passion and love…
Wolfskind and Magnus Hesse aka BAYUK are both solo artists who despite their young age have already proven their success. Immediately when they met for the first time in 2018 there was a musical spark between them and ever since then it has been the pure love for music that bonds the two, beyond the rules of the labels and music industry.
Savannah Conley is doing the best she can. And with the release of her new EP, the aptly-titled Best I Can, it appears to be working. The Nashville-based singer-songwriter has tapped into a side of her folk-rock roots, that is both modern and timeless, ethereal and grounded.
“Laura and me are living close to the ocean, in Bayonne, south west of France. After a long winter and spring, the sun is finally warm and it’s time to enjoy a moment of freedom at the beach before the tourists invade us. we decided to take some photos at this little peaceful place called Guethary…”
“Life is about sailing on unknown currents.” Ray Litsala and Miho of Metropolitan Models Group finally met again after an endlessly long time and spent the whole month of May together. They have captured their love on film.
“Blue Panther. Wildly shaken and smoothly stirred. The best drink for your time on Mars.” Oh well, that definitely sounds promising. With his debut single “Space up” Vienna based NIQTIN indulges in the passion of the Bohemian lifestyle. At the heels of its release, NIQTIN talks art, biggest vice and letting life do its own thing.
When the setting sun bathes the evening in golden light the thoughts of the day dissolve in the sorcerous ambiance. Photographer Alexander Tarazo seized the moment so as to record model Sofía Cuello on camera in Bogota, Colombia.
“I myself love to work interdisciplinary and collaborate with artists from different fields and inspire each other. I want to take people on a journey where everyone can lose themselves and discover themselves.” the now-blonde Berlin-based singer told Untoldency in an interview. And her songs follow each other like a collection of diary entries, written from the depths of her soul.
The music of the Paris-based artist Yorina couldn’t be better described as beautiful and mindful pop, with a touch of melancholy but an always life-affirming turn. orina gives C-Heads an insightful glimpse into her new EP “Bliss & Grief”, developing self-awareness and her artistic journey.
“There’s always tomorrow, until there’s not. This series is just about getting up and doing it – don’t let those little voices in your head stop you.” teases us photographer George Foote with his recent creative work working with lovely model Bethany Woodcock.
“The first time I saw them I immediately felt something.” tells us photographer Juana Wein about her new series starring french actress Angèle Metzger, performer Paloma Vauthier and writer Fanny Vauthier. “We were on the street, the rain was falling hard so they invited me to join them at their place. I don’t have a sister: my friends had always been sisters and that’s how I imagine sisterhood is like.”
Photography is also always an attempt to bring time to a standstill and to hew to the moment. And even more so with analogue photography. With a Mamiya645s and Kodak Portra 800 photographer Burcu and model Telma recorded aesthetic color and black and white portrait style images in Paris.
“My self-portrait work is mostly driven by the need to obtain memory about specific times and about the pain caused by the impermanence of everything, the ephemerality of life and my interaction with this world. An act of reaffirmation, perhaps of a search for identity, the internal, existential and possibly eternal identity. It then becomes a living to recognize me.”
The Exhibition Lets get Fr.ee presents a selection of the vibrant photographic work done by Bruno Bicalho Carvalhaes in Brazil, during January and February, 2022 in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. “The images represent a punk-hippie world and highlights the beauty in different skin tones, shapes and genders of a generation that rejects and reimagines the standards of an established society.
“This session called “Marcela y el sol” reflects the purity and relation between humans and nature. It is inspired by the intimacy that a person feels with the beach at the end of the day when the sun is setting and there is no one left on the sand.” tells us Gabriela Yáñez about her wonderful C-Heads debut starring Marcela which radiates a golden, nostalgic feeling.
Oliver Sutton enchants us with another incredibly beautiful series starring Nina. “We shot at home in Cape Town, against the autumn sun, with music and good vibes.” he tells us. Like no other he has the ability to capture honest, intimate moments and instead of looking for artificial poses completely immersed in the here and now.