As for many people, also for Charlotte Hubert Corona has brought about a change in life. With her series about her closest friends and family, she lets us have a share in pure feelings and real moments of lifelong friends and returning to her hometown.
“I’m an actress, I love doing that. Every moment I’m acting brings me joy.” Get to know Tel Aviv based young actress Noa in our quick “Would you rather… ” interview. Photographed by Yoad Shejtman.
“Love is nature and nature is love. Next time you visit, remember there is more to experience than The Vegas Strip.” Photographer Angie Menze and Model Montana Cencarik explore the natural beauty and old desert towns outside their world famous hometown.
Alina Kolot, is based in Paris and offers a beautiful glimpse into the charming life in this beautiful city. With snaps of pastries, breezy rooftop affairs, chic fashion and feminine charm – she brings us longing to travel. We asked her a couple questions…
“I want to urge personal growth and show that anyone can become what they strive for as long as they invest into themselves.” Tana O’Hara takes self-portraits and loves…
“Taking it day by day and watching the sunset each one, Focusing on the now and not when this begun.” Enjoy a moment with Los Angeles based actress and model Kanea Blokland.
How well we know this feeling of “Fernweh” – the yen to see distant places. The feeling of curiosity, of excitement when you leave the known behind and enter into a different world. Detached from your daily life, you inhale some moments of freedom, and create wonderful lasting memories. The Swiss gallery Bildhalle dedicated their latest exhibition to Fernweh.
“Quarantine learned me the fact that I have more time, and it taught me to manage my time better.” Enjoy a moment with Los Angeles based designer and creative Janice Kim.
The intense and cinematic short-film Limbo transports you into an unknown space, where forgotten memories of an old young love arise. And so their own darkness does. “This 2 minutes Experimental Short-Film filmed in Buenos Aires, Argentina is a reflection of memories of a young lost love, based on my own experience” tells Marina Monaco. Starring Sofía Toledo and Joaquin Ibarra.
We sat down with young photographer and painter Brinley Ribando to talk about her love for creating, why art is important for people’s life and trying to embrace the simpler things.
In this issue we are going to explore happiness. The pursuit of happiness may well be the most stubborn of all human clichés. Everybody, throughout human history, has been searching for it, selling it, finding it, and losing it. Happiness is what keeps us humans going. What helps us forget the hardships. It distracts us from the tragedy and finiteness of life. Happiness is like the drug that keeps us alive.
A creative mind always finds its way. And art, even more in those times, feels like a safe refugee, a backstop when everything else feels like falling apart. Berlin based photographer Liam Kenzo brightens our day with this fabulous Face Time shooting with model Tatiana.
Dutch-Canadian photographer Maxime Cardol has been working on her series “Sisterhood” for over a year now. For the series, she intimately documents diverse sets of sisters, exploring the natural bonds.
“I’ve always been a fan of Jordan’s work and when we agreed to shoot she invited me over to her boyfriend’s place across town.” says photographer Tsele. “We chose a slow, intimate concept walking around her neighbourhood during a long summer’s day in Cape Town.
“Not Your Baby” is a wonderful and intriguing mini fashion film celebrating self-love for Valentine’s Day and indulging in yourself directed by Naomi Christie starring Ryley Ladd. “For whatever reason, when I was a kid and first heard Frankie Valen’s “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You” and the part where he emphatically sings “I love you baby…”, I became fixated on a lyrical retaliation of “Don’t call me baby”.