NFT: Non-fungible token.
“Non-fungible” more or less means that it’s unique and can’t be replaced with something else.
NFTs as an evolution of fine art collecting, only with digital art.
NFTs are designed to give you something that can’t be copied: ownership of the work (though the artist can still retain the copyright and reproduction rights, just like with physical artwork).
To put it in terms of physical art collecting: anyone can buy a Monet print.
But only one person can own the original.
Every photo will be mint on Polygon or Solana Chain for avoid
any kind of fee and in small series to maintain their rarity.
You are not confident with the crypto world or NFT, don’t worry you can easily buy a print and bring it home. As NFT every photo will be signed and print it in just 25 copies for each format for keep a small series and maintain their rarity.
You can choose every photo of the project bellow and drop me an email with your request.

Every photo of my project can be print in this format:

30×45 – 89,00€
50×75 – 170,00€
70×100 – 349,00€

Each print includes free shipping

Each photo has a purpose, each print or sale nft 10% will be donated to charity projects

People of Maramureș

Maramures, an area so remote that the Romans never conquered it.
Yet, just three decades after the fall of communism, modernity is finally overcoming their centuries-old traditions, with this project I would like to tell and still preserve those memories that have drastically changed in just one generation, the villages shown here have gone from poverty, illiteracy up to having internet and cell phone towers.

Islam, a culture to discover

When you believe a thing, believe it all the way, implicitly
and unquestionably.
With this project I wanted to tell the flies seen through the eyes of an atheist, of a person who does not have a belief in his life but was struck by how the Islamic religion mixes with people’s routine.

CRI Mc Covid-19

March 2020
We will all remember this month as the month when the world stopped, schools, offices, shops closed, all of us were forced to stay at home and yet an army of doctors, nurses, health workers every day continued to run for the common good.

A day with a fisherman

The “island” of Gölyazı
During my long stay in Turkey in 2016/17 I was lucky enough to see many cities from north to south but the one that has remained in my heart is the “island” of Gölyazı, located a few kilometers west from Bursa, connected by a single bridge to the mainland, it is located within Lake Uluabat.

Japan in Black & White

My first camera 
My first trip 

We have the same religion

Bes lira bes lira
(5 Turkish lira about 1.25 euros) the price for that piece of cheese. With these photos I hope I have made you understand that despite living in two different continents, despite all the stereotypes of Islam, terrorists, etc., we are basically the same, these people are the same people you might meet in our country’s market. if you want, in the hall there will be a book for signatures and if you like my works do not hesitate to tell me or offer me a coffee

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