Oh how much we love nature. German photographer Anne Scheuerl teamed up with muse Fjonaa of Brodybookings to make a wonderful summer fairy tale happen.
“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.
The debut solo song of Mickael Karkousse brings back the feeling of being young and full of longings. The tender feeling of first love, and where nothing matters but the depth and uniqueness of a moment.
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.
What better time for laughing, swimming, walking around the beach by any means, than a warm and sunny summer afternoon. Enjoy a new C-Heads Exclusive by Israel based photographer Edan Shister. This time he spent a wonderful day with blonde muse Hila Salpeter of Yuli Group. Together they laughed, dreamed and just enjoyed the moment.
Speaking on the new single Mazoulew reveals how each track plays a specific part to the EP’s story as a whole, “‘Ditto’ was actually written as the sun started to shine again, I think it will resonate the most with people this summer. Most of my work is a fine line of melancholy where there is darkness balanced with light. I am a great believer in equilibrium in its broadest sense, too much of anything is a bad thing.”
The portfolio of Andreas Baum is incredibly impressive and when scrolling through his work you notice his his great love for playing with light, which conjures special images out of often ordinary scenes. In love with detail, often a bit nostalgic and always focused on something unique, those are the kind of pictures that you probably want to hang on the wall and are made for eternity.
“A hidden beach below a steep cliff, the sparse but beautiful landscape with rocky hills and blue skies. Turquoise water and a cheeky kiss from the sun. Te quiero Fuerteventura.” Welcome Berlin based photographer Chris Abatzis on C-Heads. His works exploring beautiful places, sun drenched scenes and beautiful women. Starring Irene.
“Frequently is a carefree black joy anthem about obtaining wealth in a currency, energy and love sense. It was made in the midst of the pandemic when people were deprived of financial means, social interactions and mental clarity. The energy is also stemmed from breaking bread with your family and loved ones while seeing everyone around you prosper.”
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.
Let´s start today’s Friday with some energizing grooves! Metro is the lead single out of Knife Girl‘s same-titled debut EP Metro, and with its candy-coated swirl electropop genre mixing, is like immersing yourself in a never-withering late-night vibe.
Anete Hiie is a film photographer based in London. Together with gorgeous model Jenny Watts she created a sensual analogue series for C-Heads. “Jenny and I spent an afternoon shooting at a beautiful hotel overlooking Green Park in London. We wanted to create a natural and intimate photo story on film that would feel warm and nostalgic.”
Who does not know this overjoyed feeling when you make a new discovery of terrific things where you can feel they are made with so much love. These are also the things that you simply appreciate more. This is how we feel about MOXIE, an online boutique from Tel-Aviv.
Blending elements of R&B, pop, and alternative, she’s developed a brand as dreamy as the places she pulls inspiration from. Her most recent, “Double Decker”, is a warm glimpse back into her teenage years, when her and her friends would take the double decker bus from Solana Beach to Del Mar and get wasted before entering the famed fairgrounds.
There is always something quite melancholical around Julián Cárdenas’s work. When looking at his pictures you immerse yourself into the person pictured, want to know what is going on in their head and you have the deep feeling of being part of a strange moment.