“This shoot celebrates everything I love about Summer — fresh-faced and sun-kissed skin, natural light bouncing off the water, super-saturated colors, and the way your hair still smells like sunscreen at the end of the day.”
“I just moved into my new apartment, and it was the last time I saw Sarah before she moved back to Australia.” tells us London based photographer Chris Dwyer. The series with Sarah radiates the power of femininity and sensuality and make you feel happy right now.
Toronto based photographer Dean Ostetto debuts on C-Heads with a wonderful series starring lovely Anastasia Ray of Dulcedo Management with make-up and hair done by Brooke Walker.
We sat down with Anyssa Maipauw of “The Crop Up” – a dazzling temporary 200m2 space in Oud-Zuid focusing on pop-up events, shared working space and exhibit artwork for you to take your passion seriously.
“We paired gentle textures to sail the ocean breeze and metallic fabric to reflect the ocean near the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California.” Photographer Cheyna Carr teamed up with beauty Bree Colter at Freedom Models to create this truly natural series. Styling done by Katrina Guevara.
Popular Australian creative platform Sticks & Stones has released their first printed hardcover book. Entitled ‘shelflife’ No.1, this edition explores everything around the theme “hair” and the confidence and unapologetically own their sexuality and standing in their right to exist as a sexual being apart from the perception of stereotypical ideas of beauty and aesthetics within present-time.
Photographer Lithai Pletaine and muse Maya Silberboth spend a day off to chill in the park. “But it was another pretty hot day in Tel Aviv and so we decided to go back to the studio.” says Maya.
“It all began with a simple day at the beach. As a photographer, I always carry my camera with me and so I started taking pictures of Ariella.” tells us Uriel Eshet. What had started just for fun immersed into a wonderful and intense story of pure moments. “We were swept away to a secluded beach in a secluded area of Israel, away from all the noise and rush of Tel Aviv, the city where we live in.”
“I have for the longest time wanted to make a series about 1970s Californian girls, as a response towards the photo albums of music festivals and Laurel Canyon artists. The chic and casual photos of the Rolling Stones in their house, Jimi Hendrix playing pool, Peggy Lipton in Laurel Canyon and Marianne Faithfull in “The Girl on a Motorcycle”…these retro images inspired me to pick up my camera and take my first batch of photos, and they were so different from the mainstream photographs that I’ve seen.”
“Nature diminished drastically in İstanbul in recent decades. There are only a few elves left in the city. This story is about an elf re-connecting with its own nature. “
If you check the definition of “bohemian” Google will define it as “socially unconventional in an artistic way”, and nowadays we’ve got a lot of young people fighting for their future by creating and exposing tons of promising artworks of theirs and thus contributing to the change and development of the industry.
We were quite intrigued of the young actress Sofia Gershevich when watching her in the trailer of Russian movie “Elephants Can Play Football”. Besides putting the film on our wanting to watch list, for now we are proud to present you this exclusive shoot with Sofia and photographer Mike Ivnitsky.
“A few days after Priscila arrived from Mexico, my team and me decided to get together to shoot with her. Between breezes, laughs and lots of natural light in a truly stunning and special location, the winter of Buenos Aires gave us a day of sun and heat.” tells Diego Triplab. about his series with model Priscila Silva. “
The work of Turkish photographer Ceren Kılıç abducts you into a soft and dreamy world. Delicate pastel shades dominate her work and underline the fragility and preciousness of the moments shown.
In our shoot we wanted to remind about the importance of connection to the breathtaking beauty of nature and that we should take care of our surrounding environment.” explains Russian photographer Irina Bunyatyan about her newest series featuring model Alina Avhadieva.