SOLO DOLO

"Solo Dolo (Nightmare) is a Kid Cudi inspired story about the protagonist (John Ganbat) that primarily focuses on his conflicted feelings in the world and how he is trying to escape his reality through his dreams. He is being wrapped up with his memories about him and a close person (Isaac Chukwumah) whom he may love or see as an enemy. The integrated 'doppler effect', mostly inspired by Christopher Nolan's Tenet and also refers to a scene in The Matrix with the red and blue pill, are part of the story. Simply said, the red-shift is further away from the present timeline and dreams, and the blue-shift is closer to his timeline and dreams. His world turns, slowly losing his sanity and creates a final timeline wherein he is losing the other person. Not sure what timeline and dream/nightmare he is in, John soars through paradise. He is, Mr Solo Dolo."

— Patrick


Photography: Patrick Tarek Kenawy • photography assistance: Thao-My Le • styling: Heelin Altiner • models: John Ganbat and Isaac Chukwumah • concept and location: Studio Sonder

Featured in: Issue N°Hope
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Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.

SOLO DOLO

"Solo Dolo (Nightmare) is a Kid Cudi inspired story about the protagonist (John Ganbat) that primarily focuses on his conflicted feelings in the world and how he is trying to escape his reality through his dreams. He is being wrapped up with his memories about him and a close person (Isaac Chukwumah) whom he may love or see as an enemy. The integrated 'doppler effect', mostly inspired by Christopher Nolan's Tenet and also refers to a scene in The Matrix with the red and blue pill, are part of the story. Simply said, the red-shift is further away from the present timeline and dreams, and the blue-shift is closer to his timeline and dreams. His world turns, slowly losing his sanity and creates a final timeline wherein he is losing the other person. Not sure what timeline and dream/nightmare he is in, John soars through paradise. He is, Mr Solo Dolo."

— Patrick


Photography: Patrick Tarek Kenawy • photography assistance: Thao-My Le • styling: Heelin Altiner • models: John Ganbat and Isaac Chukwumah • concept and location: Studio Sonder

Featured in: Issue N°Hope
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.

Solo Dolo by Patrick Kenawy

SOLO DOLO

"Solo Dolo (Nightmare) is a Kid Cudi inspired story about the protagonist (John Ganbat) that primarily focuses on his conflicted feelings in the world and how he is trying to escape his reality through his dreams. He is being wrapped up with his memories about him and a close person (Isaac Chukwumah) whom he may love or see as an enemy. The integrated 'doppler effect', mostly inspired by Christopher Nolan's Tenet and also refers to a scene in The Matrix with the red and blue pill, are part of the story. Simply said, the red-shift is further away from the present timeline and dreams, and the blue-shift is closer to his timeline and dreams. His world turns, slowly losing his sanity and creates a final timeline wherein he is losing the other person. Not sure what timeline and dream/nightmare he is in, John soars through paradise. He is, Mr Solo Dolo."

— Patrick


Photography: Patrick Tarek Kenawy • photography assistance: Thao-My Le • styling: Heelin Altiner • models: John Ganbat and Isaac Chukwumah • concept and location: Studio Sonder

Featured in: Issue N°Hope
Currant Magazine presents: Solo Dolo. A post pandemic editorial shot by Dutch photographer Patrick Tarek Kenawy, featured in Currant Magazine Issue N°Hope.

SOLO DOLO

"Solo Dolo (Nightmare) is a Kid Cudi inspired story about the protagonist (John Ganbat) that primarily focuses on his conflicted feelings in the world and how he is trying to escape his reality through his dreams. He is being wrapped up with his memories about him and a close person (Isaac Chukwumah) whom he may love or see as an enemy. The integrated 'doppler effect', mostly inspired by Christopher Nolan's Tenet and also refers to a scene in The Matrix with the red and blue pill, are part of the story. Simply said, the red-shift is further away from the present timeline and dreams, and the blue-shift is closer to his timeline and dreams. His world turns, slowly losing his sanity and creates a final timeline wherein he is losing the other person. Not sure what timeline and dream/nightmare he is in, John soars through paradise. He is, Mr Solo Dolo."

— Patrick


Photography: Patrick Tarek Kenawy • photography assistance: Thao-My Le • styling: Heelin Altiner • models: John Ganbat and Isaac Chukwumah • concept and location: Studio Sonder

Featured in: Issue N°Hope

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