Total amount of prints in this Edition: 50 (25a + 25b) + 5 Artists Proofs
Paper sizes available:
a. Paper size: 37 x 46 inches (93.98 cm x 116.84 cm) Image size: 30 x 40 inches (76 cm x 101.6 cm) Border size: LRT 3 x B 4 inches (LRT 7.62 cm x B 10.16 cm)
b. Paper size: 17 x 20 inches (43.18 cm x 50.8 cm) Image size: 12 x 16 inches (30.48 cm x 40.64 cm) Border size: LRT 2 x B 3 inches (LRT 5.08 cm x B 7.62 cm)
This Edition was originally created in approximate imperial sizes given here, metric sizes also here as an extra guide.
Printing Process: Chromogenic
Paper Type: Fuji Crystal
Signed and Numbered: Prints will be signed and numbered on the front under the image area by Dean Chalkley
Certification: Prints are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Availability: Prints will be made available in small numbers through the course of the Edition and prices may increase as the Edition sells out. To be clear a purchase means to buy a single print from the Edition.
Framing: All prints are sold unframed.
Dispatch: We endeavour to dispatch prints within 30 days of an order being placed.
Shipping: Free shipping, however please note any international customs/import taxes will be the responsibility of the buyer in addition of the purchase price.
Tax: 20% VAT will be due if we ship to any EU destination, this is will be added at checkout.
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NYC 2003….The Strokes had rocketed into the limelight and were one of the most exciting bands on the planet.
To arrange to do a shoot with a band like The Strokes on a Sunday morning sounds like an unlikely rendezvous …Especially when it’s the day after Fab Moretti the bands drummer’s birthday. But the picture editor of the magazine Marian Paterson and I had flown out and that was the time we had been given. So there we were in a studio in the Meat Packing district of New York on a Sunday morning post bands BIG night out… As imagined when the band arrived there were some sore heads and one band member in particular had to escape the first set up I’d prepared to avoid throwing up…But after a bit of time and cajoling the boys were back in one piece. It was Nick Valensi who wrote on the wall (after riding his bike round the studio a few times) and once all the guys were in shot it instantly became a classic moment.