The photos on your phone will never amount to the emotion that rushes through you in the moment.
Through a photo essay and playlist, Rachel Tse explores youth in Hong Kong, and the detachment of growing up in an international environment in a foreign city.
First thing they teach you in art school is how to sketch the naked form, and that it’s beautiful and respected. Why is that not translated into everyday life?
an interview with the etheral brooke elizabeth. “when women come together, they create magic.”
a celebration of the teen eye. a nod to every phase, every rebellious streak, every kiss, tatttoo and religious confession,
shot in may/june/july, developed in september. “we unclip our life jackets and dive under, pushing our hair back.”
AUSSIE BABE, JESSA. “Nudity is returning to our most natural, pure self … and if I’m going down, I’m not going down without a fight.”
Your presence does not go unacknowledged. No, really. There, on the concrete. The sun was at our feet and it was shaped like crescent moons.
in afternoons spent on blue couches, mornings too hot to wake up, nights curled up in still-warm sand – this was October.
Finding sugar in the folds of our sheets the next morning. I think, sometimes, I forget how to be 15.
from disposables to dark room development.
How YOU can utilise the shifting energy of different phases of the moon, through rituals and manifestation.