Sometimes words are missing, just like with this beautiful series featuring model Sarah Huard photographed by David ANDRE-WOJCIECKOWSKI. The images seem almost like they have emerged from a dream, a world that doesn’t even exist, full of secrets and beauty. Enjoy!
Meeting Jay Park was more than just meeting an artist I’ve idolized and sang along to for years in my car. His grit, determination and perseverance served as a reminder to me that I can do anything I put my mind to. We are limitless if we continue to possess the drive. It’s a marathon, not a sprint. Jay Park showed me that and I’m forever grateful for the experience.
“MY future goals? Learn more about art. To express my creativity wherever I am, never stop daring and leaving my comfort zone.” Get to know lovely Israeli girl Alexandra photographed by Yoad Shejtman for C-Heads.
In Part 4, we follow Michelle and Amelia through a scenic voyage to an opulent large estate, with a beautiful stone house surrounded by the beauty of the greenery. It’s an exploration into the dance of nature and architecture, inviting us to revel in the enchanting ambiance and natural splendor of this captivating locale.
She leaned on the handle of the sailboat, her hair a dance of freedom, flirting with the whispering wind. Eyes closed, she chose to feel instead of see, to listen instead of speak. The vessel cut through the water, a silent companion to her solitary musings, under the watchful gaze of the boundless azure.
Feeling fresh breeze from the sea and following the sun starting to create its crystal magic on the surface. Almost blinded by the sparkling Mediterranean and the beauty of this moment. With salty hair and sandy bikini, creating stories of summer.
The first music video from Sansyou’s latest EP, True North Coast, titled “Will I Dream (Warm Rays Mix),” feels like a warm summer rain. A warm rain that beads on the skin and one might hope, never ends. It’s a track that fills the room with its salient bass and mood-evoking guitar riffs without being intrusive.
We’re happy to feature a film photography series by Alexandra and Judianne, two talented female photographers hailing from the Sea to Sky corridor in BC, Canada. Connected by their vision, Alexandra Wikler and Judianne Grace embarked on a project last summer that aims to redefine how women are seen and portrayed in outdoor spaces.
In an era where authenticity is often compromised, Glassio stands out as an artist who draws deeply from personal experiences to shape his work. Coming from an Irish-Persian background and having lived in diverse places like Sharjah and Monterey, Glassio knows what it’s like to constantly adapt, something many of us can relate to.
Introducing a scintillating photo series that’s nothing short of spectacular, hot, and enigmatically captivating. Photographer Romain Martinez teams up with Artistic Director Aurore Champrenault and model Angela Aru to bring the swimwear of Belles des Pins to life.
Die letzten Tage waren dann so schön, es gab gar nichts groß zu notieren. Ich brachte sie an einem grauen, Sonntag zum Bahnhof und trug ihre Koffer aufs Gleis. Der Regen hatte sich Zeit gelassen und schöne Momente verschenkt, die wir jetzt in einander umarmten, aber selbst jetzt war er nicht traurig, wie Sommerregen, die Statuen davon weiß, die Bäume dadurch grün, die Möglichkeit der Interaktion gegeben. Ich vermisste sie schon, bevor der Zug da war.
Photographer Maika Lindsay teamed up with model Marie Trojaborg of Le Management for a sun-kissed journey through the heart of Southern Italy. In Maika’s own words, “Marie and I spent a quick day in Sicily, exploring Palermo (sneaking into a beautiful University Campus) and finding a tiny spot at a rocky beach cove to capture the Southern Italy summer feeling.”
This is the second photo series by Frederick Fairytale featured on C-Heads. And once again, it’s clear that he is deeply in love with the styles of the 60s and 70s. This time, the Berlin-based photographer set off for a trip to Paris. He explains, “I had never been there before and planned to photograph the local people and their culture, combining it with professional shoots. I used Instagram to search for models in Paris who matched my visual style. That’s when I found Loreen, so we arranged to meet for a casual stroll and shoot in Montmartre.”
“I just want to help these young artists like I wanted to be helped,” says Wantigga, a seasoned artist who has been shaping the music scene for over a decade. With roots in a churchgoing household filled with gospel, soul, and jazz, Wantigga’s musical journey has been anything but conventional.
French photographer Quentin Simon returns to C-Heads with a new photo series featuring Romy, bathing us in the warmth and nostalgia of film. The series was captured on film in the enchanting city of Marseille, France.