Double-mounted print signed on reverse
Tyneside 1975: the parked insulation van and the free-running childhood figure in the impoverished West End of Newcastle-upon-Tyne is set against the backdrop of the cooling towers of the now-demolished Stella North coal-fired power station.
Originally shot on black and white film, processed in the student union darkroom and later scanned into a digital file format.
Overall dimensions – 500mm wide x 413 mm high
Paper – Fotospeed Platinum Gloss Art Fibre 300gsm Acid-free unglazed gloss heavyweight photographic paper. White paper base with unglazed gloss surface produces darkroom quality prints. Modelled on traditional fibre-based darkroom papers it has the widest tonal range, D-Max, of any paper. It is the finest paper available with the richest, deepest blacks and smoothest tonal range.
Printer – Canon IPF8400 Lucia EX using pigment-based inks.
Mountcard – Nielsen Bainbridge MSK Natur Acid Free archival mountboard. Solid core in Pale White. Double mounted to give additional rigidity and depth to the print.
Supplied ready for framing in clear OPP bag.