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Digital Fine Art Prints: Photography

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"Drones"

Image size:

(ACD25B) 25x25cm

(ACD50B) 50x50cm

 

Paper size:

(ACD25B) 29x30,5cm

(ACD50B) 57x59cm

 

Prices:

ACD25B = €100,00 + VAT

ACD50B = €295,00 + VAT

(Epson or Ilford Fine Art papers)

 

This image was used for the artwork cover of "Drones" by Nico Muhly,

with graphic design by Chris Bigg.

Released in 2012 by the Icelandic record label/collective Bedroom Community.

"Music"- Black and White edition

These images were created by me specifically for the projects concerned or selected from my portfolio by designer extraordinaire Chris Bigg. Choices were made based on the briefings provided by composers, musicians and performers Nico Muhly, Greta Aagre, Erik Honoré, James McVinnie, Adrian Corker and Tenet, a New York City vocal ensemble specializing in early music (Jolle Greenleaf and Molly Quinn).

It is a great pleasure for me to work in partnership with Chris for such talented artists. This limited edition of Photographic Fine Art Prints celebrates this happy encounter with them.

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ATELIER CUNHA

Fine Arts

Art direction, design, illustration, photography & films since 1987

ateliercunha@me.com

© 2017 Atelier Cunha/LFC. All rights reserved.

General information

 

Fine Art Papers:

Epson Hot Press Bright 330 grs. (matte/100% cotton)

and

Ilford Gold Fiber Silk 310 grs. (glossy/baryta type)

 

Printing process/Ink:

Inkjet/Pigmented ink

 

Estimated longevity:

About 100 years for Colour

About 200 years for Black & white

 

The edition is limited to 35 prints only + 3 A.P.

(for each size/each paper type)

Each print is signed, numbered and titled.

(unframed).

 

Packaging+shipping (registered mail):

Portugal = €6,00

Spain = €9,00

Europe = €9,00

Rest of the world = €12,50

 

Payment:

PayPal

Your purchase receipt is sent to your email address.

 

To place an order, further information

or a higher resolution sample for viewing:

ateliercunha@me.com

"Year of the bullet"

Image size:

(ACD25B) 25x25cm

(ACD50B) 50x50cm

 

Paper size:

(ACD25B) 29x30,5cm

(ACD50B) 57x59cm

 

Prices:

ACD25B = €100,00 + VAT

ACD50B = €295,00 + VAT

(Epson or Ilford Fine Art papers)

 

This image was used for the artwork cover of "Year of the bullet" by Greta Aagre and Erik Honoré,

with graphic design by Chris Bigg.

Released in 2012 by the German record label Jazzland.

"Cycles"

Image size:

(ACD25B) 25x25cm

(ACD50B) 50x50cm

 

Paper size:

(ACD25B) 29x30,5cm

(ACD50B) 57x59cm

 

Prices:

ACD25B = €100,00 + VAT

ACD50B = €295,00 + VAT

(Epson or Ilford Fine Art papers)

 

This image was used for the artwork cover of "Cycles" by James McVinnie (all music by Nico Muhly),

with graphic design by Chris Bigg.

Released in 2013 by the Icelandic record label/collective Bedroom Community.

"Raise"

Image size:

(ACD25B) 25x25cm

(ACD50B) 50x50cm

 

Paper size:

(ACD25B) 29x30,5cm

(ACD50B) 57x59cm

 

Prices:

ACD25B = €100,00 + VAT

ACD50B = €295,00 + VAT

(Epson or Ilford Fine Art papers)

 

This image was used for the artwork cover of "Raise" and "Start Merge Fade" by Adrian Corker,

with graphic design by Chris Bigg.

Released in 2013 and 2014 by the British record labels Village Green and SN Variations.

"Uno+One: Italia Nostra"

Image size:

(ACD25B) 25x25cm

(ACD50B) 50x50cm

 

Paper size:

(ACD25B) 29x30,5cm

(ACD50B) 57x59cm

 

Prices:

ACD25B = €100,00 + VAT

ACD50B = €295,00 + VAT

(Epson or Ilford Fine Art papers)

 

This image was used for the artwork cover of "Uno+One: Italia Nostra" by Tenet,

with graphic design by Chris Bigg.

Released in 2013 by the British record label Avie.

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A personal note on printing.

For this limited edition tests were made with different top quality papers and these high quality prints from Epson and Ilford have been selected, for their excellent results. The beauty of the images you see here on screen seems meager when compared to the beauty of their high quality printed versions. When one adds the touch of the paper to the images they seem to become real and nothing stands between them and our eyes. They ultimately become photographic objects.