Freddy Krave was born in Transylvania in 1992. Growing up, he developed a passion for photography and the human body, so he started to create erotic art at the age of 18.
Just the models, the camera, free from directions, just hanging around having fun
(and distance of course).
A story of friendship and coming of age… with a strong 90s feel.
By Niklas Förster
The movie S W E A T premieres this Sunday 27/9, 19:30 as part of the competitive category “Greek Short Stories” at Nyxtes Premieras.
Vera Hotzoglou (Rausch 2018, Munich almost killed me 1⁄2 2017) trailing the footsteps of club kids Reject and Dj Fro, films the narrative of the two protagonists alongside their different personas during a rave.
By Jasmine ledesma
Irene Montemurro has the internet presence of a spider. Unfathomable, concealed and secretive. Her privacy is a hardened fruit kept in a plush, locked box. Her art is a delicate, beautiful web she has spun for us to see. Viewing her art, which ranges from drooly, blushing pencil drawings of cherries and strap on shoes, to sleek, black and white oceans of hair is like watching fish behind a wall of glass. All you can do is look. There is something almost royal about it
Little Sunny Bite: KIDS
A collection inspired by teenage years, favorite colors, and everything we loved.
The world’s first Instant Back for 4×5 cameras using Fujifilm Instax Wide film. Proof your large format shots and achieve great details and shallow depth of field on Instax Wide shots. Compatible with all Graflok-equipped […]
Myles Loftin is a twenty-year-old freelance photographer whose vibrant colorful work spans from portraiture to fashion photography while exploring themes such as the black experience, identity, and representation of marginalized individuals. Myles recognizes the power that images hold in our society and seeks to use that power for positive change. Art is an important part of his life and, as an artist of color, he works to inspire other artists of color to pursue successful careers in the creative industry.
Phtoographer: Zoe Lena Rebecchi
Stylist: Catalina Gastal
Model: Valentina Manno
Sarah Wu is a photographer and art director whose work stems from her desire to blend the heavily commercialized industries of beauty and fashion photography into a much more personalized, concept-based approach with images that feel like poignant dreams and emotions.
Udarny trud consists of archival material that Korobkiewicz found in an abandoned textile factory in Alytus (Lithuania) with contemporary photos she took of the building and its interiors.