Limited edition 30 x 20 Printed on Chromata (less textured) canvas
12-Color aqueous pigment technology, prints are hand-varnished twice and then stretched on heavy 1.5" deep wooden bars.
So I recently produced a book documenting my crazy years photographing Hollywood’s punk and glam scenes in the 1980s. Many high-profile musicians from that era (those still living anyway) contributed stories. A bunch also sent along authentic relics they’d managed to hang onto over the decades. Each of those chosen for the book was shot as a ridiculously high-definition digital image. Which is a good thing, because they translate beautifully into large, lush prints.
original 2011 medium format photography - Design element from the book
Cramp, Slash, & Burn: "When Punk and Glam were Twins"
featured at La Luz De Jesus Gallery - Los Angeles ca 06/2012
Technical & Production specs:
Image Captured: 7320 x 5484 active pixels (40 megapixels)
Ink: aqueous-based pigment inks, 100+ years archival certified.
Canvas: 19 mil, 450gsm matte poly-cotton canvas, OBA-free, 100+ years archival certified.
Varnish: timeless, non yellowing UV protection, 100+ years archival certified.
Stretcher Bars: solid fir and Canadian basswood, less susceptible to warping.