I have two new smaller format lower price print editions, now available for 24 hours here.
The first is River, which is a closer-up edit of my picture called River, and the second is Tamesas, a new piece made for this release. The prints are available individually and as a pair. As per usual, they're printed on gorgeous Hahnemuhle etching paper and look very lush, I can tell you for a fact.
Here are the details for each print:
River & Tamesas
Museum quality giclee print on 300gsm Hahenmuhle German etching paper
21cm x 29.7cm
Available from 12 noon BST Thursday 30 September for 24 hours, until 12 noon BST Friday 1 October
The edition sizes will be determined by how many sell in the 24 hour time-hole
Cost: £45 per print, or £80 if you buy both
Production will begin immediately but please allow up to 4 - 6 weeks for delivery
Free shipping worldwide, sent flat
** I'm also offering 5 of each print and 3 pairs for free to people currently not able to afford this sort of thing, via a draw. If this is you, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your postal details (no need to explain anything), and I'll be in touch on Friday to let you know if you have won one or two prints. If you don't hear from me, either you haven't won this time or I'm trapped under a log and need help.
River was in the works for a while, and I completed it shortly after a week spent walking, swimming and camping up the River Thames, from Oxford to its source at Thames Head, last year. Tamesas is the old Brittonic word for the river, broadly meaning 'dark'. I spent a lot of time in the river as I walked up it, and it is lovely, dark and soft water. My original plan was to pop out for a few days for some swims and sleeps out in woods where I used to go as a child, and I ended up wandering further and further until I realised I was off to the Source. It was a week of marvels.