Nulla sfugge all’occhio, Milano, late March 2016 [Canon EOS 1100D]
A friend of mine, Gian Paolo Daldello, actually my fine art printer, is offering an interesting and tailored service to see photographers note down their thoughts, ideas, technical schemes, sketches directly on a special journal while capturing images from a reportage (street photography, travel or landscape, etc. etc.).
The same diary will tell their stories through words, drawings and… pictures. Yes, you can buy just this special handmade leather diary (antique black or brown) with fine and exclusive paper sheets or have it at a special price if you’d like to add a pre-order of 4×6″ (10×15 cm) prints. It’s up to you to decide the number of prints to be placed in your diary and the quality of the same: waterproof sublimation, carbon pigment ink on alpha cellulosa paper or even 100% fine art cotton.
This will become a real photo reportage instrument, handmade by the photographer, nothing to do with a photobook, something totally personal.
I’m proud to announce my collaboration with Italian all-girls rock band Roipnol Witch. For the Starlight Tour poster the band chose one of the shots I took (with FujiFilm X30 and Canon 1100D) in late February in Milano during our photo session for March issue of Indiana Music Magazine. And the best is still to come…
Friend and artist Davide Tinelli at work in his studio in Milan, in the Genova/Ticinese area. Davide is one of the brightest members of the Italian Arts & Crafts movement. He works iron, silver and; he’s a painter, a designer and sometimes a brilliant performer. An excellent photographer too. I portrayed him in October 2015 with a strong b&w: each shot gets Davide back to a past atmosphere/mood that reminds me of Monty Python’s Meaning of Life or the tale of Oliver Twist. Davide Tinelli’s life is simply Arts & Crafts.
F50/The International Photography Collective presents Coffee Shops: Milan and Liverpool, a small scale photographic project that offers a comparison of coffee shops in neighbourhoods in Milan (Italy) and Liverpool (UK) by the photographers Matteo Ceschi and John Meehan.