@Oneagainatpeacetofly is an Instagram account that was anonymously launched recently in January 2022, until now, when we finally got the chance to catch a glimpse of the creator behind it all, who chose to introduce herself as the digital artist @acidlustyle. It is rightly said that “a photograph shouldn’t be just a picture, it should be a philosophy”. Following this logic, she started this project with the aim of uniting and motivating people to give to charity, spreading her wish to perpetuate art as a means to ignite donating and not just an object for sale that lives and dies in our living rooms while the world needs tangible support. In order to shape this bold belief into existence, the artist creates a series of inspiring photographs that might have a metaphorical or direct relation to a specific issue and manages a parallel crowdfunding for donations to help solve that issue, e.g. the visual association with a charity that protects birds was represented through a photoshoot displaying artificial feathers. Besides, the flower and nature theme gathered donations for Amazon Watch, which pressures to protect the natural flora and fauna of the Amazon rainforest. Lately, the PAPER series came out, which crowdfunded for a non-profit organization that urges more paper recycling every year, with encouraging results. And the list goes on and on…
A philanthropist aspirant herself, the photographer amassed the money needed to kickstart this project using her other jobs, desirous to be a part of something greater for the sake of humanity. On being asked about what specifically drove her to this enterprise, she replied that she has always loved colors and experimenting with them. Still, she added how crucial it was to her not only to produce art for her own enjoyment but to have a passion that could lead her to contribute to something greater for the world.
One Again at Peace to Fly is a project that is very close to the heart of the artist. Revealing her long-term goals, the art director said how she aspires to reach 100k per crowdfunding in the long run, to be able to help more causes.
Visit her Instagram page to take a look at her impressive photographs and discover her new series, “Lost the thread,” that supports Alzheimer’s disease research: