News about Print Aid project for Japan earthquake

Published on Tue Nov 29, 2011 by

A quick update from the Print Aid guys;

"Firstly we just want to thank you all for donating an image. The success of PrintAid has been down to your photography and artwork.PrintAid has been a huge success. We recently wrapped up the project and sent off the money raised to the Red Cross. Thanks to your help we managed to raise £1,133. It will go to help the people affected by the March earthquake and tsunami that devastated Japan. From all of us here at The Print Aid Project, Dan, Matt and Pete, thank you ever so much for your support. You guys rock."
The Print Aid Project Team

Here is the image I donated (which is still available as a limited edition print)

 

Misty Tree - Print Aid Project image

 

Here are the details for the limited edition; Archival quality original photograph - 16" x 12" Black and White Lambda Prints on Ilford resin coated paper produced by Metro Imaging / Argento, of London. Limited edition of 25 prints. Included a certificate of authentication and limited edition record. Special delivery postage included for sales in UK. All dispatched within five working days.

 

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