Published on Thu Jul 28, 2011 by David J Colbran
The Print Aid Project is a collaboration of photographers and designers from around the world. Buy one of these prints at a special reduced price and all of the profits will benefit the victims of the Tohoku Earthquake in Japan, March 2011. I've donated one of my images to the project.
Please visit the Print Aid Project website, check the images and buy some great work.
If you would like to buy a limited edition version of the above print by me, that is cool as well. They are of archival quality, 16" x 12" black and white Lambda prints on Ilford resin coated paper produced by Metro Imaging / Argento, of London. More details over here. If you do, I will happily donate 10% of the sale to the Red Cross appeal.
Many thanks to Matt and Pete for their hard work with the Print Aid Project.
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