“BEAUTY IS DIVERSITY AND I TRAVEL THE WORLD TO DISCOVER IT”
Michaela Noroc, a Romanian backpacker photographer, created The Atlas of Beauty
three years ago. The Atlas of Beauty is a project that focuses on photographing women around the globe. Noroc has visited more than 50 countries already where she has met incredible women and has listened to their life stories, experiences and thoughts. Michaela’s project is now known world-wide for celebrating the diversity of the world through photographs of women.
Michaela hopes to showcase and transmit to her audience that beauty knows no age, trends or colors because beauty is simply about being who you are. In a world where war and attacks are breaking out in every corner of the world it’s important to remember that yes, we are all different but rather than letting those differences tear us apart we should use them to bring us together. As a photographer, I strive to showcase the individuality of each of my models, at the end it’s not just about freezing a moment in time but capturing the richness of our own uniqueness and diversity.
- “There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.”
— Robert Frank
Today we celebrate 109 years of Frida Kahlo! On a day very much like today (July 6th, 1907) Frida began to conquer a nation through her beautiful artwork. MPR Studio Photography would like honor Frida as an influential artist not only through painting but through photography as well.Photo: Manuel Alvarez Bravo
In the early days of MPR Studio Photography, Frida Kahlo became the source of inspiration for one of the studio’s major projects. Frida was a source of uniqueness and freedom to be creative beyond the barriers of art photography.
As such, on this special day MPR Studio Photography would like to announce the winner of our Summer Giveaway featuring a Frida Kahlo mima by Maroma & Arte. Last week we invited all of our followers and viewers to participate in a Frida Kahlo inspired contest where individuals could submit a representation of what Frida means to them. Where creativity had no limits. Photo: Maroma & Arte
We are pleased to announce that the winner for this Summer Giveaway is @melimajesty! Thank you for submitting this adorable Frida-inspired photo and for keeping up with MPR Studio Photography. We will contact you directly for more details of where we send you your prize!
Get ready for our summer giveaway! In honor of Frida Kahlo’s Birthday, July 6th, we are partnering with Maroma & Arte to award a lucky follower one of these beautiful Frida Kahlo mima dolls.
Frida Kahlo’s major influence in art and politics can be appreciated not only in Mexico but across the globe as well. Kahlo’s pieces represent important moments in her life and the impact of those experiences on her entire being. She was a master of detail and creativity placing her as a leading Mexican painter in history.
We are glad to announce that Maroma & Arte has designed a limited-edition Frida Kahlo doll for all Frida lovers out there. This doll combines detail and creativity in the same way that Frida applied those skills in her paintings and to every day life. Frida is a major inspiration to MPR Studio Photography and to many interdisciplinary artists as well. As such, we hope that this beautiful mima can provide inspiration to your art and life. If you would like to enter for a chance to win please see the rules below. The winner will be announced on July 6th, 2016. Best of luck to all of you!
“I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone, because I am the person I know best”
How to enter:
- Follow MPR Studio Photography on Instagram.
- Take a picture of your best Friday Kahlo representation. Remember you can get creative here. Art has no boundaries.
- Tag MPR Studio Photography on Instagram and use the hashtag #mprstudiogiveaway
“I leave you my portrait so that you will have my presence all the days and nights that I am away from you”
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