Royal Phone Boxes – Edinburgh Scotland
This photograph of the traditional phone boxes was captured on the famous Royal Mile in Edinburgh Scotland. What attracted me to capture this scene and to process it with a partial saturation is the time paradox the phone boxes represent in the old Scottish capital. While the urban scene illustrates the evolution of a civilisation, the irony is the boxes represent the modern world that is already behind us. The matte paper finish accentuate this feeling.
Limited edition, numbered & signed
This mounted photograph is only available in a limited edition of 10 copies. Each piece is numbered, signed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
This photograph is printed on a 100% cotton museum grade white Fine Art 310gsm Canson paper. It is exceptionally smooth with a satin and sensual touch. Its conception fulfils the need for continued longevity required by the Fine Art market. The surface finish is matte to ensure the best rendering whatever the lighting condition (no reflection).
This photograph is printed from an archival inkjet printer, It uses pigment ink which combined with the Canson Fine Art paper, offers a lightfastness rating over 100 years meaning the print will retain its original quality for over 100 years when looked after (Learn how to look after your Fine Art print).
This mounted photograph is available in 3 sizes so it will fit any already decorated room. The offered sizes are of the mounted work, ready to be framed.
$225.00 – $825.00