Karolina Hanulak is a photographer from Poland, whose work focuses on body and acceptance. This photographic project was held in Poznan in studio MLEKO, and was attended by thirty women of various body types and shapes who trusted Karolina to capture their intimacy and the diversity of their bodies.
“So many of us are struggling with public criticism. Almost in every step, we are given an evaluation, pressured to a perfect appearance like a museum exhibition. My aim was to show that despite the differences, each of us is beautiful and unique. I wanted to expose real beauty that is not manipulated by the media. Nudity reveals the story that a person wears on their body: a story covered under a thick layer of waving material in the wind.”