Arnold Beuls alias That Arnold is a Belgian photographer who’s been living in Spain for about 5 years now. “This was the first time shooting with Sabrina, who apparently lives 300 meters from where I live. That was a nice surprise. She’s originally from Valencia but is currently studying Law in London and was back home for a week or two to see her family here.” he tells us.
“Forming a community starts with the people you surround yourself with. Thus, this is how my path towards photography began; portraying the souls that formed me, transformed me, and inspired me to become an ever-thriving person. Presenting my friends is superposing to their original identity, a new one. Becoming Freedom, the Devil, the Beautiful or simply your assumed personality, demonstrates the capacity for individuals to interact with obscure characters that they haven’t discovered yet.”
“My name is Mara Bolúmar, and I am a Spanish lover of analog photography.” Mara’s work is colorful, sun drenched, and full of nostalgic moments that make you long for a trip south. “I love working with small sustainable labels.”
Photographer Darius ‘DJ’ Jennings headed over to New Orleans for Buku Project Music and Art Festival. Catch a glimpse into the festival through his lens.
Milena Baeza is a Chilean-Portuguese photographer based in Portugal. In our series “An artist’s life”, we share some snippets from her personal journal, mixed with her imagery. “I use my journal almost everyday, as it helps me clear my mind and spark new ideas. I draw a lot of inspiration by just letting my hand write in an unrestricted flow, like my mind is being poured into the page.”
Alexander Mazzarella comes from beautiful Carinthia, which is also our home. He is a student, farmer and passionate photographer. His works are expressive snapshots. Images as a diary of what he sees, and experiences.
“Street photography today is definitely more challenging, especially with the ubiquitousness of digital cameras and smartphones. People on the street always notice you or are aware of being photographed. In the decades before digital photography, cameras were less prominent, so it was much easier to capture a candid moment.”
“I think young people tend to expect results way too quick…The world today moves faster than ever and you see successful people (or people who pretend to be) everywhere on the internet. This really contributes a lot to young people jumping from the one „passion“ to the next and giving up way too early.” Samuel Marques Lucio photographs pour on a youthful yet classic charm. Mainly known under his artist name Marques and marquesvisions, the 22 years old artist originally comes from the design industry.
“During my years in Germany and traveling a lot to Paris I started getting back into film photography and more into fashion, but the eternal grey sky would depress and demotivate me a lot, so that’s actually what made me want to move to Portugal.” recounts Steh Meyer.
Maria Camila Samudio and Canela Bayona have launched their new brand Haus of Bonobos and with it their collection “Silky Smooth”, inspired by “female empowerment, autonomy, freedom of expression without taboos or stereotypes, supporting female talent and shining to themselves”.
A Love Affair. Devoting your time with heart and soul to something you love can unveil elusive energy, undreamt possibilities. This issue we dedicate to passion. The passion and love…
Oh, how lovely to see Zara Burfitt again. The blonde, natural beauty has already enchanted us in our last year´s print edition. Now she’s behind the camera for the sustainable U.S towel brand Sunkissed, and we’re melting away over her beautiful smile.
Being out in the sun makes us happier! I often wish that I was born in another country, where the sun is part of everyday life, and people probably carry the heart more openly because of it. Enjoy this natural series starring gorgeous Sakina Amira Al-Mozany photographed by Florian Rieder, who both also prefer a sunny day over a cloudy one.
Tre Logan is a writer and photographer living in Lexington, Kentucky. He lives just down the road from where the late Ralph Eugene Meatyard used to grind lenses. His work is gritty, raw and intimate. Without trying to be intentionally voyeuristic it gives an insight into the personality and the sensual side of the person in front of his lens.
“I’ve realized that life is nothing but obstacles and situations constantly interchanging. Take that how you want to, but I’d rather play with the changes than to resist them. You will lose if you resist change.” We had a chat with Toronto based talented singer and songwriter Rochelle Jordan to talk about her recent album, changes and the importance of creating awareness.