Photographer Darren McDonald shoots German beauty Anna Mila for Edition N°9, IDENITITY.
A modern woman in many ways (Penfold’s break, and subsequent momentum has been helped along by social media), the 27 year old is quick to affirm her reverence for tradition, preferring to sell her work by way of galleries rather than DM’s. Instagram has proved a seminal and ongoing asset to her commercial success, and yet, Penfold is adamant “I don’t want to be an influencer, I want to be an artist.”
Setting out to juxtapose the living with the artificial, Levon Baird presents a photographic series that is anything but real, "...except that those are real flowers, and the moments these photos were taken really did happen".
My experience of childhood often felt like living in a constant state of anticipation. There was always something I was waiting for.
Memories of place, object, texture and colour, of cherished possessions and rituals of dressing. Within an environment of familiarity, the series explores conscious recollection, both observed and experienced.
A tribute to all things unexpectedly great and coincidently very delicious.
Social media gets a bad rap these days. Justifiably so, for anyone who has seen The Social Dilemma and then fallen into a dark hole of existential despair, convinced Facebook is slowly melting our minds and chipping away at the foundations of modern democracy. But our ‘social media = bad’ conversations tend to lack a little nuance. Grace O'Neill talks to Sydney Creative and Digital Influencer, Yan Yan Chan on the evolving dynamic that is social media.
Farmland hugs the cliffs that wrap and wind their way around the impending shore. Your nostrils are greeted with the distinct, rare blend of cow manure and sun-dried seaweed. The breeze picks up and you know you’re home. Photographer Michael Brunt explores the blueprint of identity in 'A Place To Call Home'.
Pain, a basic yet emotive human instinct designed to ensure our survival can often make surviving a death sentence of its own.