Stefano Marchionini's self-published photobook “I see around me tombstones grey” is 48 pages of quiet and contemplative images taken over the course of three years, dealing with themes of mortality, home and family.

One of my personal favorite photographers (interviewed here long ago), Stefano Marchionini’s pictures always have an intimate and personal feel, without revealing too much. His photographs showcase his sensitivity to both the details of his surroundings and to the medium itself.

Get a copy here.



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