Tag: analog

KINSHIP: Dánae Cuesta

Soft light, tight latex, grainy analog. Dánae Cuesta’s take on Kinship is hot, delicate, and oh-so-dreamy.

Through the other’s lens

Two femmes, two cameras. Berlin-based photographers Dánae Cuesta and Michelle Gutiérrez Fernández share an intimate photography study of each other.

Sticking up for each other

In her collection of portraits narrating a silent but expressive account of a life far away from home, Argentinian photographer Mirella de Mar captures her friend Maria in her armour of choice for the battlefield of the everyday.

Keeping it real

Spontaneous and unfiltered, the pictures of the Berlin-based photographer Shirin Siebert are honest portrayals of her very own vision of the world.

Dancer of the badlands

Finding strength in hopeless places, Fryd Frydendahl takes you on a journey through her mind and artistic work. Check out our conversation with the photographer.

We kids from East Berlin

Summer heat, lazy afternoon, faded denim, and a bunch of snacks. Meet Jana from the (Eastern) block, shot by Giulia Ricciotti.

Sun, salt and wild air

Inhale the smell of saltwater drying on your skin while you frolic around the sun-drenched seaside. A summer dream so close you can almost feel it buzzing through the air.

Cold days, warm hearts

Yulia Krivich captures the Ukrainian youth nestled away from the chilly scenes of mid-winter.

Bare-skinned stories

Intense yet tender, Dánae Cuesta balances between the extremes like the soft rays of sunlight tiptoeing on people’s skin in her photography.

Flowers, skin, rubber, and sparkles

Follow the path of scattered petals to tender self-exploration. Sara Lorusso’s photography captures the warmth and buzz of organic body.

Fleeting intimacy

Afternoon sun rays gently crawling on soft skin, relaxed torsos in pink hue. Lukasz Wierzbowski manages to capture fragile, profound moments through his camera lens.