Cracolandia ( the crack-land) is the biggest drugs market in latin america where over 2.000 people move around everyday for buying or selling drugs. Inside the most feared neighborhood in São Paulo, Brazil, we built a studio to photograph those people and understand the reasons that drove them into the addiction life and we made just one simple question “What have you sold for crack-cocaine?”. Almost 200 portraits were made as well the products that would be exchanged.
National Geographic Brazil
A project made at Gringo Collective, in assossiation with Gabi Di Bella.