Nathan Landers also known as @itsnedkelly on instagram is a nomadic photographer that together with his partner Tegan Phillipa travel the world. You will find them either in their Dolce Sole Camper or catching flights whilst documenting their adventures.
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.
“This clip was inspired by loneliness and the way we share it with each other through social media. Our intention was to share loneliness and vulnerability in a beautiful way. ” Tin Tin is a music video for Brisbane artist Lucinda R directed, filmed and edited by Danny McShane. The clip was shot on an iphone and is an intimate portrait of longing and vulnerability.
Pictures like this suddenly feel like from another era. Lively, colorful, bustling activity on the streets. People who come closer to talk, to laugh. It is the world of yesterday that only exists in memories in days like these to tell their stories in pictures.
Margarita Keller´s photographic project “Youth in Graz” is a long-term research and visual documentation of youngsters, their boundaries, exposed beauty and self-perception. “Such a staged narrative mostly relates to growing up transformations and connection to nature as a metaphorical embodiment of a person. This story is an opportunity to capture and translate the subtle mood and images of today’s youth.”
“Send a photo to a partner that we cannot meet and whom we want to perceive our closeness. I began this project at the beginning of the quarantine, almost two months ago, thinking “now that the photographers cannot meet the models, why not make the models themselves the photographers of the shooting?”
Jozef Ezra, a photographer that loves to shoot women simply because; ‘they are foils to himself as a man, and each individual is solitary, singular and rare.’ While it’s rare to find a photo of himself he isn’t absent, merely hiding behind the lens of his Contax.
“When I start browsing the pictures I took on a shoot, there’s one thing that matters to me: the feeling a picture gives me. I have to feel ‘it’ before I start editing the image.” explains Tim Batist to us, a Belgian photographer who tries to capture the beauty of woman. Each photograph transmits a certain atmosphere, an absorbing detail, something that makes your eyes stop and see the story that is being told.
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.
“I’ve been visiting my memories. My hot body after the sun. The wind blew on my face. The breeze calming down in the treetops. And that day full of…
“[W]hat is a melancholia? What is a depression? – we find ourselves faced with an enigmatic chiasmus that will continue to preoccupy us. If loss, mourning, and absence set the imaginary act in motion and permanently fuel it as much as they menace and undermine it, it is also undeniable that the fetish of the work of art is erected in disavowal of this mobilizing affliction.
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.
Photographer Liza Boone is finally back on C-Heads. Together with model Hazel, hair stylist Rosie Lucia Gebhard and make-up artist Sean Harris they created a storytelling fashion series photographed at the Charming Vintage Midcentury Home (1955)”, Los Angeles, CA.
We had a short chat with model Leah Brown of IMG Models about the meaning of beauty, success and modelling teaching her to be positive and confident. Photography by Kasia Sasinowska.