Enrico Cerovac started documenting skate sessions with friends, trips and anything happening around him, using his father’s HI8 camcorder, back in the late 90s. As a skateboarder, he capitalized on his ability to move and adjust to all environments, both urban and not.
Buildings, streets and people were unaware subjects, that gave him the chance to catch the spirit of his own vision of skateboarding, of that culture and of everything revolving around it. At the same time, during his travels throughout Europe, he shot zillions of pictures, using compact and disposable cameras, for both practical and economic reasons, and collected and classified hundreds of rolls and Mini DV tapes.
“Frammenti” springs from the need to gather in one single zine a selection of these picture, taken from the late 90s to this day. From photography to moving images, every shot selected for this project comes from a series of experiences, immortalized by a Sony Mini DV and a Beaulieu Super 8 cameras: these pictures, fostered jealously, are a personal interpretation of all the moments, the places visited and all the people met so far, who shared important experiences with the author and contributed to his personal and professional growth.
Frammenti, a project by Enrico Cerovac
68 pg. full color photo zine
Color laser print
Printed on Fedrigoni Splendorgel 160g
Edition of 75 (zine+patch)
Special edition of 25 (zine+patch+DVD)
Still life photos by be360images