Total amount of prints in this Edition: 50 (25a + 25 b) + 5 Artist Proofs
Paper sizes available:
a. Paper size: 37 x 46 inches (93.98 cm x 116.84 cm) Image size: 30 x 40 inches (76.2 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 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.
Print Sales Tax to customers in the UK: 20% VAT will be due if we ship to any UK destination, this is will be added at checkout.
Print Sales Tax to customers outside the UK: If you are purchasing from overseas sales will be zero rated for UK VAT at checkout, however any international customs/import taxes (inc any EU import VAT) due will be the responsibility of the buyer and will need to be in paid to your countries authorities / delivery courier on receipt of the print/s.
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The White Stripes, Jack and Meg White a phenomena from the Motor City of Detroit, a two piece with a heavy and very raw sound.
In 2003 The White Stripes launched their 4th album ‘Elephant’ to great critical acclaim it became an instant classic. This photograph is from a session I did with the Jack and Meg for the NME just as the album emerged.
Shot in East London’s legendary Holborn Studios, no Elephants were harmed in the making of this photograph, some lights did explode whilst we were shooting though…