WICKED GAME

I put you on a pedestal of my fantasies as a muse. Since then, I've been feeling magnetized and primitive at the same time. What kind of mask do you want to wear today ?
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A Mind Can Go That Way
I put you on a pedestal of my fantasies as a muse.
Since then, I’ve been feeling magnetized and primitive at the same time.
What kind of mask do you want to wear today?

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What identity should I choose for myself?
Stitch by stitch, I created a colorful space for us.
It’s a just wicked game but you can feel safe with me.

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This editorial is inspired by the work of a Czech artist Michael Nosek. You can find the whole collection of masks and more here.

Credits
Photography & Text / Kateřina Hynková
Masks / Michael Nosek
Produced / SWARM MAG

 

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