Valle Intrasca 2016 Marathon by David Fattibene

Corsa in montagna a squadre di due atleti.
Km 35,030 con dislivello di m 1.634 tra i Lago Maggiore e il Rifugio CAI Verbano Pian Cavallone.

L'arte in Kantiere: Lei non sa chi sono io by David Fattibene

"Lei non sa chi sono io" is a small project that would like to show some of the great young people behind Kantiere's Associations. They are all deeply involved in social projects such as education, legality and promotion of the local realities.

This year, among many other events, they are participating to Sentiero D'Arte, an international art exhibition in Trarego (VB, Italy) and I had the chance to be invited so I decided to prepare a series of "simple" portrait of this great new generation.

Lei non sa chi sono io @Sentiero D'Arte

StudiAperti Ameno - Giancarlo Bedoni by David Fattibene

Giancarlo Bedoni vive e lavora ad Ameno, paese in cui per anni è stato portalettere. Nel 1940 anni inizia l’apprendistato da falegname nella bottega di Pontiroli Angelo a Lortallo, poi si avvicina alla tecnica del restauro frequentando la bottega Rosati a Orta San Giulio.

Casa Giazzi, Via Topini - Ameno

Source (StudiAperti Art Festival

Stories #01 - ALICUCIO by David Fattibene

Sicilian artist, born in 1977, Arcangelo Favata took his degree in sculpture at the “Academy of Fine Arts” of Catania. In 2002 he was mentioned for a thesis titled “DAL RIFIUTO ALL'AMORE PER LE COSE” (“FROM RUBBISH TO LOVE FOR THINGS ”).

For him the concept of rubbish does not exist in nature, because everything can have another life. This is the idea which his seats are based on, completely built recycling and assembling obsolete materials found in the streets of Torino, where he has been living for a couple of years.

So, recycled wood platforms found in supermarkets become furnishing elements, like the “Pallet” seat; waste wood (chipboard, multilayer, plywood, laminated wood, etc...) become a tribute seat to Paul Klee; and in the spirit of a seat can take shape an old chest of drawers, whose memory is preserved by its original elements.



Half of the shots were taken using the available light, the studio has 2 big windows that create a beautiful diffused light, the remaining ones (especially the ones where Arcangelo is working) were taken with 2 speedlights (one umbrella and one bounced on the background)