Colombian photographer Hernán Diaz's book series.
This series of four volumes collects the colombian photographer's, Hernán Díaz, view of four colombian cities throughout his life. Bogotá, Cartagena, Santa Marta and San Andrés are some of the most interesting places in Colombia and each book is dedicated to depicting a personal view of each one.
The books were published from 2002 through 2006. They were sold in a small cardboard box which made the book work as a small and appealling object that worked fine as a gift for travellers  that wished to take something home from these four cities they visited.
Santa Marta, entre la sierra y el mar (Santa Marta, between the mountain range and the sea, 2006) depicts scenes from the city located on the colombian caribbean. This city is known for it's beautiful landscapes from life on the coast and life on the Sierra Nevada, a beautiful mountain range right next to the ocean that is home to various indigenous tribes.
Bogotá, la ciudad vivida (Bogotá, the lived city, 2002) collects the pictures of this andean city throughout 50 years.
Cartagena Morena (2003) collects photographs from one of the most beautiful cities in the caribbean. Known for it's colonial and walled city, the city has been host to a pirate and bucaneer plagued past.
San Andrés, un lugar en el mar (San Andrés, a place in the sea, 2006) shows the most beautiful aspects of this paradise island in the middle of the Carribbean Sea.
Credits:
Santiago Montes: Publisher
Hernán Díaz: Photographer
Gabriel Daza: Color Correction
Juan Carlos Piñeres: Layout and Design
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