They say a picture paints a thousand words. And that is so accurate for the work of award-winning photographer Cristina Coral´s. Often driven by the research of beauty and aesthetic the Italy based artist fascinates with an incomparable imagery. It is a dipping into an alluring world of absorbing colour combinations and rare poses embedded in surprising geometrical perspectives.
The moment when we opened the Norman Parker book for the first time, it felt like the world stopped for a moment and we were reminded of why we love photography so much. Our lovely friends at Iconic Image´s have just launched an unseen Norman Parkinson book that shows a collection of his greatest work in the fields of fashion, celebrity, royalty and portraiture.
Not long ago I was living in the heart of Tuscany, and there, I would be doing what most people in Tuscany do–drink wine. However, I have also been doing what very few people in Tuscany (or anywhere else) on a regular basis–talk about poetry and literature. I joined a “secret” literary group of modern-day renaissance souls that would meet regularly, open bottles of wine, while talking about literature and art.
It is easy to see the beginning of things, and harder to see the ends. I remember wanting this. I remember getting it. I remember how overwhelming and underwhelming both instances were. I was both enthralled and disappointed, elated and anxious in the worst way.
“Love is giving space for another person to be them.” In our insightful sidewalk talk she opens up about growing up, toxic relationships, coming out, inspirations for her new album and empowering songs.
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.
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.
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.
I have this idea of moving constantly. Movement is what makes us stay younger. I want to be active and creative but outside the office, outside the cities and walls. To have the freedom of working outdoors where you can feel the wind and hear the birds.
When Montreal based Rupert LaMontagne grabs his camera always something magical happens. And the young photographer finally is about to release his first printed photo book. Enjoy an exclusive sneak peek inside the “50 Girls of Summer” book on C-Heads.
“The modeling industry has evolved into an completely accepting community and every one is equally represented.” Get to know gorgeous Ana Sofia photographed by Yaemi Matias on 35mm Film.
Pop-Up Music is a small independent sync company based in London run by two people, Jim and Mark. Having 3 syncs in the new Tarantino movie ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ the success of the ambitious company hit their peak.
“It might sounds trivial, but I’m just trying to be a good and caring person for other people. I always try to do better than I have before.” Get to know Polish beauty Karolina Upława. Photographed by Jacek Kloskowski.
With “woman who loves women”, Polish artist and photographer Jacek Kloskowski speaks to us about fostering sexual openness that exists outside of the forced confines of acronyms and popular lingo.
Photographer Lucian Barnard´s newest series showing why we are directed to have love above everything else. “While shooting in the burnt down wattle forest, we saw the remains of a tortoise, black and half reduced to ashes as it tried to flee for its life.”