‘THE COMMON COLD’ VISUAL STORY BY MARINA CHOY {EXCLUSIVE EDITORIAL}


Photographer Marina Choy and model Hanna Johnson teamed up for today’s exclusive NAKID feature editorial. If you love this visual story then show the some love, this is just a glimpse of the amazing stuff they have created – head over to their Instagram below to check out more from this awesome artist and support their creativity and your daily inspiration by following them!

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“You ever have a cold? An unbearable cold.
Where you can’t breathe, you can’t eat.
Food is bland, life is stale.
You just exist.
Day by day, waiting for it to pass.
Waiting for life to get better.
Not sure when to be hopeful, not sure when to just accept and live in the darkness.
Your body fails you, you feel like a zombie.
But when you finally come out of that cold, everything is better.
Not just life itself, but the granular details you’ve overlooked.
Breathing, eating, tasting, smelling.
It’s all much better.”

“My hope for you is that even when you fall into darkness, as I have, you can appreciate yourself through it all and know, it’s okay to feel the darkness as much as the joy.”

credits:

Photographer/Direction: Marina Choy
Model: Hannah Johnson
Illustrations: Marina Choy , Adrian Gil 


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