Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // Nylon Mag, BLONDE Mag, INDIE Mag, VICE, adidas etc.
casting / photo production / visual concept creation / social media






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Marlen Stahlhuth
Paul-Lincke-Ufer 7B
10999 Berlin

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Never Hide CAMPAIGN 4 CHANGE - "Add colour to the world"


I think colour is one of most used tools in my art, my photography, the way I dress or what I like. Although I admire black and white photographs, and others even pull of the head to toe black look perfectly... it's just not for me. It happens subconsciously and I only stared noticing when people gave me certain jobs based on that. So why not?! I can still become serious and grown up in a few years... for now it's colour! Getting to the point... when I came across the "Campaign 4 Change" by Ray-Ban, I was mainly caught by there "add more colour to the world" slogan. This is one of eight slogans featuring their new campaign (others being: "celebrate every victory", "do what scares you", "speak the truth", "see beauty everywhere").

There have been three short videos created to fit three of those slogans, the one below being the "add colour to the world". Starring "The Weired" colour is been dropped and splashed everywhere, graffiti, art in a very unorthodox surrounding that seems to really need it. I would love to splash around with colour or to be painted head to toe but to take a more realistic approach here is my version of "bring colour to the world". By the way, I got the idea visiting an exhibition by Yayoi Kusama at the David Zwirner Gallery in New York!

Last but definitely not least... you can become a part of the #campaign4change and the "Never Hide" movement! It is for those who want to celebrate their individuality, stand apart from the crowd and show what you really believe in. People might call it weird, they might not understand it.. so what?! If it feels right to you, that's the way to go! I'm always happy about any brand that understands this and further more supports this!  Check it out here and be part of the movement! Before I forget... every movement need a party, am I right?! So here we go! Get your calendars, mark down the 20th of June and stay tuned for more information’s coming here soon!

June 15, 2015

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