Felipe Hueb

  • Brazil
  • Brasília
  •  The piece is a mix of modern, pop and nude art. The subject is a beautiful model almost naked with her breasts exposed and with her hands pulling her panties. Her lips highlighted in diferent color tones, a motion blured lines pass on her face to make it more discret. Her body's curves are clear to see. 

    The artwork is very delicate, with a touch of sensuality; it reminds us that we should be free to express ourselves, our moods and feelings through the clothes we wear (or don't), the words we speak (or don't), or even just the way we walk down the street.

    This artwork reflects how women can be strong and powerful without being masculine or aggressive; it encourages women to feel comfortable with their bodies without feeling insecure about how others perceive them.

  • https://www.instagram.com/felipehueb
  • https://www.artmajeur.com/felipehueb-artworks

Tracy Whiteside

  • USA
  • Elburn
  • REDEMPTION:  This image was shot in studio on a black background with one light.  The golden light at the top and mist at the bottom were added in post.  It tells the story of a young woman, lonely and empty inside, but the warm light of the universe shines on her.  

    Every photo has a story to tell. I tell stories with photos. This particular one was unplanned. It literally popped into my head during a fashion photoshoot. I take that as a sign from the universe that the tale must be told. Women, older women in particular, have far fewer opportunities to disseminate information. We have lived and learned. Our experiences should be shared. At this point in my life, my only agenda is to benefit and comfort others. 

    Mental wellness finds its way into many of my photo essays. It is critical that this message communicated not only to raise awareness, but to let those who fight the good fight every day know that they are not alone.

    The high contrast in these images represents duality. Warm tones indicate the positive sides of her personality. Cool lighting reveals her icy cold self. She is mostly expressionless because she feels dead inside.

  • https://www.instagram.com/whitesidetracy
  • https://www.facebook.com/TracyWhitesidePhotography
  • https://www.tracywhiteside.com

Jéssica Pereira Gaspar

  • Portugal
  • Caldas da Rainha
  • Titule: Isle of the dead, 2021, digital photograpy, 

    The sublime appears associated with nature when we are overwhelmed by the wonder and terror of its immensity. This wonder is a state of suspension that is only possible with a certain degree of horror or surprise.

    The sublime usually represents the experience of our physical finitude and impotence in the face of the fury of the force of nature, but in this paradoxical epoch, the force of nature appears decimated by the omnipresence of humanity and “humans themselves become a geological force” (Guinard-Terri M., 2016: p.184).

  • https://www.instagram.com/jessiepgaspar.art/
  • https://www.facebook.com/jessica.pereiragaspar
  • https://jessicapgaspar.wordpress.com/

Chloé Marchal

  • Germany
  • Berlin
  • One day, while I was walking alone with my camera in Naples, I crossed the path of this little girl who was trying to understand the meaning of the things around her. The people walking, the sounds of the birds, the interactions of the people at the bracelet stands, the color of the sky.  Her father patiently gave her his interpretations. Until she saw me, and our eyes met, she became silent, her father probably about to comment on this new presence. Which you can see as this image.

  • http://chloemarchal.fr

Bailey Graham

  • United Kingdom
  • London
  • The Grand Elimination | Photo Composition

    This piece is a metaphor for what will happen if we let bee's go extinct, and brings awareness to the climate crisis. We see the bees are no more, only existing as prints on skin, while the flowers take over the human. The hands are held in a sign of peace, a surrender to the end of humans and a sad but beautiful replacement of nature.

  • https://www.instagram.com/theballadofbaileyblue/
  • https://www.baileygrahamart.com