Garrett Naccarato: If Falling For You Was A Sin

2024-05-23T12:16:52+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

In a season of change and blossom, the photography of Garret Naccarato is here to take center stage. An extraordinary photographer and art director, Garret’s work comes in many shapes and forms, bringing out the human experience of high end commercials and personal projects alike.

David Mesa: True Love From The Land of Promises

2024-05-23T17:55:01+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

Magazine meets documentary in the captivating imagery of Colombian photographer David Mesa. Part of our springtime blossom of artists to discover, David’s work is a real highlight, with his photography exploring the hopes and the love people are holding on to, on both sides of the Atlantic. Explore David’s sun-kissed imagery with a special selection of his works.

Adriana Cuenca: Portrait of The Never-Ending Youth

2024-05-23T10:18:07+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

Innocence and reckoning go hand in hand in Adriana Cuenca’s pure photography tapping into the beauty and vulnerability of eternal youth. With a great love for cinema, The Barcelona-based photographer and filmmaker’s images tell a story of innocence, courage, and intimacy serving as an invitation for the viewer to discover their own reflections in Adriana’s models.

Timmi Taubenschreck: Between Intimacy and Voyeurism

2024-05-21T13:01:42+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

Skin meets nature in two cities, thousands of kilometers apart in the balancing act that is Timmi Taubenschreck’s intercontinental photography. To make our springtime special even more special, Timmi tells about his happy place and the inspiration behind his latest project, featuring the best of Berlin and Cape Town, Godsandboys.

Mengwen Cao: How We Bloom

2024-05-21T10:16:40+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

New York-based photographer Mengwen Cao is no new name to the Container Love family, but their ability to reinvent their art and imagery has earned them not only our constant attention but a forever place in our hearts. And just as it always happens when we feature Mengwen’s work, their latest series, How We Bloom is yet again a piece of art to live for.

Mirielle Alina Rohr: Love Making Sense

2024-05-21T12:31:20+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

Paris photographer Mirielle Alina Rohr channels the hypervisuality of her vivid dreams into equally captivating pictures that live on the border of fashion photography and conceptual art. As part of our Spring Is My Love special, Mirielle tells about her childhood dream, and how she learned to always trust the process.

Antonio Velez: The Dream To Explore

2024-05-14T12:49:28+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

The world waits for no one, so you better take your chances and get out there – Berlin-based photographer and image maker Antonio Velez’s art is the perfect mixture of portrait mastery, intimacy, and utter playfulness. And having his breathtakingly fine selection of his personal works as part of our springtime special is enough for our hearts to skip a beat.

Mauricio Holz: Being Free Being

2024-05-14T12:50:01+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

Stories of identities, communities, and chosen families come to life in Mauricio Holz’s extraordinary pictures. With a tremendous love for fashion and documentary, the Argentina-based photographer and visual artist approaches his subjects with a desire to tell stories of queer people on their quest for visibility, acceptance, and love.

Nikos Karpouzis: Carry Me Home

2024-05-14T12:50:21+02:00Spring Is My Love | Editorial|

Greek photographer’s gorgeous pictures invite us on a journey to explore sensuality and the concept of home far away from home. For our latest special, we were eager to hear Nikos’ thoughts on sunrises, the raw energy of his model’s that he’s so much in awe of, and capturing life’s essence.

Kadar R. Small: All The Little Things We Love

2024-05-14T12:51:32+02:00Editorial | Spring Is My Love|

Sometimes, the stories with the most heart to them are the ones within arm’s reach – New York photographer Kadar R. Small is showing the world and insider’s perspective on the concept of love, friendship, and brotherhood. To continue with this season’s Container Love special, let’s enjoy a gorgeous selection of Kadar’s very best, pictures that shatter stereotypes about race, class, and queer love in America.

Berlin Fashion Week: Behind The Scenes Of AW 24/25

2024-02-20T14:18:49+01:00Editorial | Photography|

Container Love participated in the recent edition of Berlin Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 24/25, from the runway to backstage and vice versa. We have curated a selection of the best of local brands that are poised to make a statement in the upcoming seasons, check it out.

Szymon Stepniak: With The Whole World Watching

2023-10-30T12:37:34+01:00Editorial|

All lovers deserve a safe space to thrive in – inspired by Berlin’s club culture and how the city’s nightlife remains a stronghold for queer lovers, Szymon Stepniak’s new series displays body-on-body intimacy with a mighty glow. The Berlin-based photographer invited some passionate couples and individuals alike to his studio and took pictures as their emotions filled up the space like no one was watching.

David Urbanke: The Voice Of A New Era

2023-09-21T16:29:50+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Stunning, powerful and unapologetic: black Filipina trans woman Jari Jones has become a generational icon and inspiration for all the right reasons. Shot by David Urbanke, Jari and her partner Deniz are familiar faces in a new era of inclusivity. Her role as an actress, model, producer and creative provides authenticity, compassion and hope, paving the way for future generations.

Celine Yasemin & Milena Zara: Category Is… Realness

2023-09-18T14:08:57+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Every transition is also a journey, from self-hate to self-love – photographers Celine Yasemin and Milena Zara wanted to show the realness of transition while shooting iconic model and influencer Steph Barreto. The fruit of an amazing collaboration, their editorial is full of heart, as featured in Container Love’s first-ever print magazine, the Visibility Issue.

Anil Ayhan: Tales From The City

2023-09-18T14:32:57+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

In a world that is relentlessly trying to mold us into predefined shapes, there is immense power and liberation in staying true to yourself – for his series features in our printed magazine, The Visibility Issue, Berlin photographer Anil Ayhan collaborated with musician, dancer, and queer tastemaker Lie Ning. Their duo’s beautiful work is proof that sometimes the best way to break through the noise is to just sing louder.

Ansgar Sollmann: The Present Is Genderless

2023-09-18T14:10:34+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Musician and queer tastemaker Tarik Tesfu was shot by London-based photographer Ansgar Sollman for Container Love’s first printed magazine. A vital part of our Visible Love exhibition, their collaboration explores the liberating beauty of genderless fashion and how the media should take responsibility in not only displaying queer people but letting them behind the camera too.

Bastian Thiery: Hungry Eyes

2023-09-18T14:34:06+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

It’s not about beauty that’s transformative but about the transformation that’s beautiful – iconic makeup-up artist and drag superstar Hungry was shot by Berlin-based photographer Bastian Thiery for Container Love’s Visibility Issue. A celebration of creativity and queerness, Bastian’s series is one that’s here to stay for a long time.

Slava Mogutin: It’s Hot Out There

2023-09-18T14:11:45+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

As the city sweats and the hot summer sun is melting the streets, the world becomes a playground, and every given moment, an opportunity for celebrating the vibrant tapestry of life. From posing naked on the roof to getting a cool splash on the balcony, New York-based artist Slava Mogutin's series of fun and sexy portraits is an untamed celebration of life and unapologetic queerness.

AdeY: To Let You In On Something Big

2023-09-18T13:44:31+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

What stories does your body silently reveal about you when you are at your most vulnerable? – through a blend of humor and experimentation, AdeY sheds light not only on our strengths while fleeting instances of social oppression, isolation, anxiety, and depression that seemingly intertwine with the essence of the human experience. Check out AdeY’s pictures as featured in our Visibility Issue.

Robin Kater: A Little Extra

2023-09-18T13:43:33+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

In a world where conformity and external validation often hold sway, all you need for happiness is to be a little extra – photographer Robin Kater shot talented performer, media personality, and his fellow Berliner Robin Solf. Out of their collaboration was born Robin’s amazing editorial, an essential part of Container Love’s first printed magazine, the Visibility Issue.

Julien Barbès: Wanderlust

2023-09-18T14:13:55+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

The only thing greater than the excitement of discovering is the excitement of being discovered – Berlin-based photographer Julien Barbès’ shot Santa K for Container Love's first printed magazine. A gorgeous visual manifesto of queer visibility, Julien’s series is just as bold, playful, and glamorous as his muse for the day.

Nikk Martin: The Sky Over Your Shoulders

2023-09-18T14:14:19+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

When surrounded by nature, one can be vulnerable and it’s only through letting ourselves be vulnerable that we can find our greatest strength – Nikk Martin shot musician and queer tastemaker Blazey for Container Love’s fist print magazine, the Visibility Issue. His series takes us on a journey into nature, documenting a process of self-acceptance, and celebrating the unique qualities that make us who we are.

Allie & Jesse: Vision Of A Queer West

2023-09-18T14:01:35+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Changing the cultural narrative – New York photographers Allie Leepson and Jesse McClary’s ongoing series gives us a glimpse into the lives of the bold and defiant LGBTQ+ communities living in the American West. With their pictures published as part of our Visible Love exhibition, Allie and Jesse spotlight their resilience and rightful sense of belonging in a culture that hasn't always welcomed or acknowledged them.

Daniela Müller-Brunke: Istabane

2023-09-18T14:06:10+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

The underestimated power of the community – Daniela Mueller Brunke returned to the semi-desert grasslands of South Africa, to document the life of queer people in an often hostile environment. Her pictures featured in Container Love’s Visibility Issue show the rarely-seen reality of queer folks in South Africa, opening a door to a beautiful, strong community of people daring to be themselves against all odds.

Osman Özel: Folds

2023-10-12T15:07:10+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

The memories have the power to connect us to the future – Berlin-based photographer Osman Özel’s series for Visible Love is a collection of dreamy snippets straight out of the subconscious. Part of Container Love’s 10 years anniversary, Osman’s gorgeous editorial brings a unique mixture of fashion and portrait photography to the game, elevating the genres and making us reevaluate our perceptions of memories, and what they might hold.

Steve Marais: Tucked Away In The Grunewald Forest

2023-09-18T14:27:03+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Shot by Steve Marais at Berlin’s Teufelssee with giant mermaid Frieder Sell, the series pays homage to the rich heritage of LGBTQIA+ individuals who have sought and still seek solace and connection at this picturesque little lake, tucked away in the Grunewald forest. Shooting in this queer safe space invites reflection on the interplay between societal norms and free self-expression, and perhaps fosters a deeper understanding of love and inclusivity.

Christopher Sherman: Have A Great Horny Day

2023-11-28T18:49:41+01:00Editorial | Visible Love|

There is love that reminds us why we are on this giant rock called Earth, rotating in this universe. Be a lighthouse for others, and for yourself. Christopher Sherman’s series is an unapologetic celebration of sexuality and all the joy and liberation it can bring into our lives.

Szymon Stepniak: Into The Great Wide Open

2023-09-18T14:46:24+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

In celebrating queer love in public, we celebrate the triumph of love over adversity, the resilience of the queer community, and the power of visibility in challenging societal norms. Shooting Chris and Malte of erotic art collective Pornceptual, Szymon Stepniak's goal was to increase the visibility of queer relationships by showing authentic and affectionate moments in public spaces.

Rob Tennent: Sanctuary

2023-09-18T14:49:08+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

In a world filled with complexities, there exists a timeless and profound emotion that transcends all boundaries – pure love and intimacy. Created for Container Love’s first printed magazine, Rob Tennent’s couples series captures connections that go beyond physicality, connections that delve into the very depths of our souls.

Caroline Mackintosh: Tangible Love

2023-09-18T14:57:11+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

A touch can mean nothing, a touch can change everything – the series Caroline Mackintosh shot for our first printed Visibility Issue is one about touch, movement, and skin-on-skin intimacy. Enjoy Caroline’s amazing pictures, an ode to queer communities worldwide, emphasizing the power of togetherness.

Kostis Fokas: Red Hot Shores

2023-09-18T15:07:06+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Athens photographer Kostis Fokas accompanies two young men to the Greek seaside in his series, produced for Container Love’s first-ever printed Visibility Issue. Part of our latest Visible Love exhibition, these images bring back memories of a perfect, sun-soaked afternoon, a forever reminder of how lustful, gorgeous, and happy youth can be.

Kemara Pol: The Garden Of Eden

2023-09-18T15:13:10+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Isn’t it strange that we still haven't gotten any closer to understanding the connection between desire and emancipation? – Berlin-based photographer Kemara Pol’s series featured in Container Love’s first printed Visibility Issue is a new take on creation, offering an alternative narrative to the story we have all heard of, dating back to the Garden of Eden.

Nikk Martin: Embracing The Power Of Self-Love

2023-09-18T15:16:40+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Finding the one thing that you’d never change about yourself – the second series photographer Nikk Martin shot for our Visible Love exhibition is a love letter to everyone’s inner self. With the tender voice of acceptance, Nikk’s images tell the story about the importance and power of self-love and how appreciating the little things about ourselves can give us the confidence and power to shine through anything.

Aart Verrips: Chances Are

2023-09-18T15:19:26+02:00Editorial | Visible Love|

The future is built on communities – photographer Aart Verrips put together an incredible selection of his artwork for Container Love’s anniversary. As part of our Visible Love exhibition, Aart’s imagery goes beyond the conceptual, resulting in a world of wonders that is exciting, playful, and sensitive.

Shauna Summers: Summers’ Grace

2023-11-13T15:46:09+01:00Editorial | Visible Love|

Love is gravity – seeing Berlin photographer Shauna Summers’ beautiful imagery it needs little explanation why she’s among the artists contributing to our Visible Love exhibition. Exploring an underlying layer of fashion photography, Shauna’s work is gentle, almost melancholic, yet utterly powerful capturing identities of a new era.

Javier Cerrada: I’m Not From Here, I’m Not From There

2023-12-04T15:07:53+01:00A Decade Of Love | Editorial | Visible Love|

For Berlin-based photographer Javier Cerrada, photography has always been a natural form of self-expression. His pictures are part of an ever-unfolding story of identities, real and chosen families, and love so powerful, it’s unstoppable. Joining us in celebrating a decade of love and beautiful diversity, Javier put together a special selection of his works, covering years and years of his career, connecting past with the present and lamenting about a future worth looking forward to.

Hao Nguyen: Blink And You Will Miss It

2023-07-20T11:03:45+02:00A Decade Of Love | Editorial|

To love means to dare open up to others – Toronto-based photographer Hao Nguyen's pictures tell a million stories. Creating portrays that go beyond the subject while also keeping a forever playful, forever curious attitude, Hao is doing an amazing job making identities of all kinds visible. To understand his art better, we asked Hao to put together a special selection of his photographs and share his thoughts on representation, love, and the importance of self-reflection.

Alek Szmytko: Boxes Are Meant To Be Broken

2023-05-30T14:14:53+02:00Editorial | A Decade Of Love|

Watching life as it unfolds in front of our eyes, in some otherworld colors – London photographer and art director Alek Szmytko’s imagery is loud and bold and full of life in all the good ways. To get a running start on his photography, we asked Alek to share some of his favorite shots with us, while also telling us about his principles as a photographer, documentarian, and human being exploring identities.

Morganne Boulden: The Weight We Carry

2023-05-25T11:59:31+02:00A Decade Of Love | Editorial|

Brooklyn photographer Morganne Boulden captures the world around her in a fun, yet extremely sensitive way. And as all things beautiful, Morganne’s photography is about overcoming darkness. With all of her work made while on road trips across America with close friends and chosen family, these photos are about celebrating how our will to live can prevail – under all circumstances and against all odds.

Laurel Golio: Love Is Allowing Someone To Change

2023-05-23T14:52:47+02:00Editorial | A Decade Of Love|

New York photographer and director Laurel Golio’s commercial career is defined by prestigious clients, yet it’s her personal projects that have earned her recognition as a photojournalist fighting LGBTQIA+ visibility. As more and more people are keen to get a glimpse of the world through Laurel’s lenses, we asked her to share some of her favorite pictures as well as her thoughts on love, visibility, and self-expression with us.

Kristine Madjare: Into The Unknown

2023-05-22T12:06:04+02:00Editorial | A Decade Of Love|

Riga photographer Kristine Madjare’s imagery merges documentary and fashion photography, and does so for the sole purpose of showing how a little bit of hope can change lives for the better. To celebrate Container Love’s 10 years anniversary, we would love to introduce you to some of our newest friends, beautiful artists from all over the world portraying diversity in its purest form. Kristīne is one of them.

Tatsiana Tribunalova: To Embrace Is To Shine

2023-05-30T13:46:17+02:00A Decade Of Love | Editorial|

We celebrate 10 years of love by introducing some new friends, wonderful artists taking a stand in our fight for visibility. Berlin photographer Tatsiana Tribunalova’s pictures are like outtakes from a music video of a superstar that never existed. We asked Tatsiana for a selection of her favorite photos and a chance to pick her brains on how one should express love and embrace their true identity. Have a look!

Jari Jones By Malik Dupree: An Iconic Collaboration

2023-05-04T11:42:08+02:00Editorial | Photography|

There are only a handful of characters out there right now that can compare to the force of nature that is Jari Jones. The legendary transfem activist, model, writer, and producer has done a lot for queer rights and to make the community visible in the US and worldwide. Now, her message of love gets an iconic rewrap thanks to wickedly talented Brooklyn photographer Malik Dupree and their beautiful collaboration.

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