A collection of eight postcards with exclusive images by Mario De Biasi for Aboca.
A description and the medicinal properties of the plants photographed are provided on the reverse of each postcard.
Mario De Biasi was born in Belluno in 1923 and was adopted by Milan from 1938. He began to take photographs in 1945, with a camera salvaged from the ruins of Nuremberg, where a year before he had been deported for forced labour. In 1948 he presented his first personal show and in 1953 he became part of Epoca. He worked with the historic weekly for more than 30 years, achieving hundreds of covers and reportage from throughout the world. As well as the numerous shows in Italy and overseas, he held workshops on photojournalism and nature photography.
The series includes a strip of eight postcards