The World In Faces covered by media of 36 countries

The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin got viral in May 2016. To these date we still discover articles all over the world that were published in different countries about the project. Meanwhile, as you probably mentioned, there were no new photos or updates of the project pages on Facebook or Instagram for a long time. This is because Alexander continued traveling to visit the most remote corners of the world, from Highlands of Guatemala to wilderness of Siberia. Since May last year Alexander was on the road all the time gathering portraits of unique people of the world. There are about 20 different indigenous minority groups that he visited during this time. Some of the new portraits will be released soon! Stay tuned!

Below is the list of the countries that up to date covered The World In Faces story in the news, newspapers, TV, radio etc. The geography is amazing!

The World In Faces by Alexander Khimushin was covered by media of 36 countries of the world.

The World In Faces. Copyright. Done.

Since The World In Faces photo project got viral, the photos were used without the author permission in the internet countless amount of times. Every time it was frustrating. Every time it took a lot of time and effort to remove them from breaching international law websites. Not anymore. In addition to a copyright status in Australia The World In Faces is now registered as a trade mark that is protected worldwide.  The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin also has an official government registered copyright status in Russia that is applicable worldwide as well.

Please ALWAYS ask the author, it is that simple. Alexander is happy to share his photographs with mass media, however, unsolicited use of the project pictures will not be tolerated.

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The World In Faces in Peru

A story about The World In Faces photo project was published by CDP from Peru. The country is now among 30+ nations of the world to cover the story and share the portraits taken by the author of the project, Alexander Khimushin.  The World In Faces is now known to the people of all continents: Australia, Asia, Europe, North and South Americas!  That’s very exiting news!

An article about The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin was published by CDP from Lima, Peru

An article about The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin was published by CDP from Lima, Peru

The World In Faces in Kyrgyzstan

The World In Faces photo project got covered by media of Kyrgyzstan. The author of the project, Alexander Khimushin, got invited to visit the country again. Kyrgyzstan is a great place and Alexander dreams of coming back one day! He visited the country in 2015 during his 5-month-long Cenral Asian 4×4 adventure.

The World In Faces by Alexander Khimushin. Article from Boorsok, Kyrgyzstan.

The World In Faces by Alexander Khimushin. Article from Boorsok, Kyrgyzstan.

 

American Celebrity loves The World In Faces

A story about The World In Faces photo project was published today by an American celebrity David Wolf on his website.

The World In Faces photo project published today by Daved Avocado Wolf, an American celebrity.

The World In Faces photo project published today by Daved Avocado Wolf, an American celebrity.

The World In Faces in Romania

Great news! An article about The World in Faces photo project and its author, Alexander Khimushin, was published today in Romania by Tasta. Romania became 26th country to share our story!

The World In Faces project by Alexander Khimushin is published by Tasta, Romania.

The World In Faces project by Alexander Khimushin is published by Tasta, Romania.

The World In Faces. Copyright Issue.

An article about The World In Faces and its author Alexander Khimushin was published today by 3Mad, a news aggregator from India, both on their website (below) and a Facebook page. However, 3Mad decided to put their own website logo on every photo of Alexander Khimushin without any permission from the author. When they were approached regarding this issue instead of removing their logo from the photos (and that’s what we asked them to do) they chose to remove the article about the project all together. Similar stories happened to Alexander’s photos in the past too. It is not acceptable that some people think it is perfectly fine to use someones work for their own benefit without any consideration of copyright law. Every time we will fight against it and make it clear that it’s not OK. The World In Faces is now officially copyrighted project and this behavior will not be tolerated.

The World In Faces photo project was published today by 3Mad, India

The World In Faces photo project was published today by 3Mad, India

The World In Faces gets 8000+ likes in a day

We are very happy that one of the leading media of the world, The Huffington Post, covers The World In Faces project again. Yesterday the story about the project and its author, Alexander Khimushin, was published once again on The Huffington Post Facebook page. Thank you, guys! With more than 8 thousand likes and about 1.5 thousand shares in one single day it seems that the world really needs projects like this one!

The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin is on The Huffington Post Facebook Page

The World In Faces photo project by Alexander Khimushin is on The Huffington Post Facebook Page

The World In Faces in India. One more time

In 2016 there were several publications about The World In Faces project by mass media of India, including #1 news paper Dainik Bhaskar. This year the first publication from this great country came from Indore based media called WittyFeed, available in English, Spanish and Hindi.  We thank you for the support of the project! Alexander Khimushin said he was very happy to talk to the article author Kripa Charan. She was very cheerful and positive person to communicate with!

The World In Faces by Alexander Khimushin project is published today by WittyFeed, India.

The World In Faces by Alexander Khimushin project is published today by WittyFeed, India.