We talked to the Berlin based Nina Menzel. The young photographer loves the unique feeling that analogue photography brings across and the fact that it forces you to shoot more slow and focused. A movement against that fast time. And so she has dedicated her art capturing one of a kind and youthful analogue moments.
Always nice to see when someone has a style off the glossy photography. Sometimes it’s the grainy and flickering images that make you start your inner cinema. We had a chat with London based photographer Jamie Noise about his inspirations, influences and about the toughest underwater shooting he had.
Josie Ford´s work caught our eye due to her beautiful handcrafted block print textiles. Nothing more special as a product where there is a lot of love, time and ethics behind it. We had an insightful talk with the designer behind Studio Ford about how she choose her production place in Jaipur, her favorite materials to work with and her drive to create something on her own.
London based photographer Eric Marillier graces our pages again with a sexy and filmic series of image. Together with his muse, model and actress Sophie Shallai, they performed a splendid job in the way they captured the light, and it would be wrong not share this story with you our readers.
Louisiana based artist Sydney has got it all: an enchanting voice, the ability to write some great songs and she looks so gorgeous. She has just released her latest EP “Dream” – a song about love. “Dream is a song about liking someone but never really doing anything but thinking about it. Dancing with the idea in your mind. It’s a crush song.”
“Funnel cake” a series by photographer and stylist Carianne Older is inspired by the never ending desire to be entertained. Whether it is with music, dance, games, or a constant overflow of stimulating imagery, our senses can’t get enough. Set at a local carnival fair in South Florida, Emily Krobatsch has the entire park for herself.