“We studied in the same city two years ago but she went to Brazil and I stayed here in Spain.” tells us Pablo Gil about his new series starring beauty Victoria Basseto. “This summer, 2 years later we finally met again in Ibiza for a week. Victoria was on vacation in a beautiful villa close to the mediterranean sea and she loves fruit for breakfast.”
She has a name like a forgotten flower, one that blooms high up in the mountains, a name that makes you want to whisper. She is not fragile, she is not shy, you could not break her. She has a million colors. Sensations that would be mistaken for words and poems you’d want her to inspire you, in her silent presence everything is given life to.
Splashing through summer at Splash House 2021 in Palm Springs! Sets ranged from Surf Mesa to Gorgon City to San Holo. Under the Palm Springs retro hotels and pools the music never stopped.
“My personal goal when doing photography is to create something fascinating. Subject has to be rather interesting, composition should always please the eye, and hopefully the lighting will complement the previous two points.” tells Dhison Padma. It’s all about creating something eye-pleasing.
“We love to take intimate portraits of strangers. And we always appreciate the courage and confidence that our subjects share with their bodies, especially since they’re often people who’ve never posed before. We’re always looking for new faces and through our shots and our projects we want to convey the messages of acceptance for our own and others’ diversity.”
I can still remember how I met her. It was a rainy morning. I was in a hurry. My shoelace was untied and annoyedly I bent down to tie it again. The rain dripped from my hair onto my jeans. When I looked up, she was laughing at me. And somehow, all of a sudden, the sun was shining. At least that’s how it seemed to me.
Andrea Riba a.k.a Miss Cinematica is photographer, cinematographer and creative director currently based in Los Angeles. Her intriguing photographs pay homage to iconic films, characters or eras – a Lynchian nightmare, or nostalgic 80s retroscape on VHS. Her photos are solely taken on Analog that bring us a certain sense of nostalgia, seeping with high-contrast colors, grainy sunbeams and tinges of sepia.
French photographer Olivier Laselle has been behind the camera for over 15 years already and is currently living in the Aola Surf School with friends. “On est rarement mieux ailleurs qu’ici.” Starring Nell, Camille Thomas and Charlotte.
“I have an honest interest in other stories and I enjoy to tell them with my photography.” We had a talk with the talented Heidelberg based photographer Niko Neithardt almost one year ago. This time we are super proud to share a series starring Zoe Brammer and our Magical Places Issue where it’s all about a perfect afternoon.
Behind nsiries there is Alessio Maria Ciacio – an Italian artist based in Bologna. Born and raised in Sicily, he was inspired by the sounds of the sea, sunsets, and Sicilian soul. His work is nostalgic and cinematic, most time with a mystical dark color palette. Telling stories and creating mysteries at the same time. The faces are often obscured, and yet one has the feeling of looking into eyes.
Oswaldo Cepeda is MoodyDarkRoom. Although his catalog is steeped in a cosmic spirit, the Southern California-based photographer is less of a dreamer and more of an adaptor. A light-bender defined by his DIY dexterity, Oswaldo is equal parts scrappy and stylish. At first glance MoodyDarkRoom’s portfolio is a boundless series of instinctive elegance; but behind the artist’s Sony A7II you’ll find a modest dedication to resourcefulness.
“Hello everyone, I’m WU JO. My hometown is Tainan, a city on the south of Taiwan, which is known for its historic sites and delicious food. For the sake of survival, I moved house several times to see the world from different angles. I convey my mind and soul through photography.”
I wonder how my life would be, if there was more empty space in it, more silence between us. I want back to this state of standing the empty space, the not needing to know all, not wanting to share all. And where all that we share is that very moment we have with each other.
“Acting like a shelter, protecting us from the outside world and it’s current crisis, we spent some days into a hotel room in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The changing light and the view from the balcony became my main distraction as a photographer. Using my wife as model I could express myself before being able to join the real world.”
“When my friend Nina asked me to shoot for her new brand Posh and Pearls I was more than delighted. An embellishment of the tender woman’s body parts is a tribute to feminity.” photographer Ewa Kwiatek tells us about her wonderful new series.