Surreal times, these. Irrational juxtaposition of the everyday is de rigueur for media, but rarely does remixing of this sort spill over into spaces occupied by living, breathing animals or, say, Hedvig Palm. The latest issue of ONE Magazine doubles down on surrealism in a story by photographer Tomás Reid and stylist Bárbara Vélez. The editorial shot in Pelham Bay Park nestled in the northeastern corner of the Bronx opens much like any other picturesque series with Hedvig (pictured) standing atop a rock wearing leather jacket by Simon Miller, earrings by Luiny. There is an airliner high in the sky and little else out of the ordinary apart from the replica marlin fish Hedvig is cradling in her arms like a gamer might a rocket launcher in Fortnite. There is nothing particularly threatening about the picture, far from it. Fascination is closer to the mark, which is a sensation that carries throughout the story thanks to all that Hedvig brings to the page.

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Credits include: Publication, ONE Magazine Nº17; Title, “Field Go-Er”; Photography, Tomás Reid; Styling, Bárbara Vélez; Hair, Matthew Tuozzoli; Makeup, Miriam Robstad; Photography assistance, Ryan Arnell; Styling assistance, Chris Wolfenbarger; Production, Jessica Levy.

Hedvig Palm | ONE Magazine Nº17 (Photography: Tomás Reid)

Hedvig Palm | ONE Magazine Nº17 (Photography: Tomás Reid)