Chefchauen, known in the world as the Blue Pearl, is a mountain town located in Morocco. As the nickname suggests, the village offers you a full immersion in blue tones. This color characterizes all the cityscapes. The natural blue pigment, as we know it, owes its origins to this village.


Our series spans the local architecture, the inhabitants, and the culture we have lived in 120 hours in Chefchaouen.


To understand how to capture their essence we spent a lot of time, through different approach methods, hiding our curiosity, and being more focused as we can. Furthermore, the city has a vertical drop of more than 80 floors, and we traveled every single day to check any angle of the blue city. Being satisfied with the material was a really hard task to complete.


For the last two days, we just worked in the selected spots, taking photographs from sunrise to sunset, collecting daily life situations, and taking the necessary time to reach our photographic goals and complete this journey. 

The blue pearl collection consists of six limited edition photographs (each printed in six copies), plus one unrevealed and printed once.

Cat underwater
Lost in thoughts
Deep Blue
Welcome home
Following steps
The young dreamer


The art pieces are printed with in Inkjet Fine Art EPSON Ultrachrome Pigments technique, on Canson Infinity Baryta Archival Paper.


They are then fixed with Museum double-sided adhesive Acid-Free self-adhesive on a 2mm thick Dibond sheet.

The images below shows the P.A. of the collection. 

164 cm

110 cm


Each series starts with 1 or 2 proof of artist. These prints are the prototype of the series and define the final technique used for the collection.


The proof of artist are developed by the artists and are unique pieces. These images shows the P.A. of The Blue Pearl.

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The Alpine river's King
Val d'Orcia I
Val d'Orcia I
Val d'Orcia I