|I'd really like to see these photos in the gallery -particularly like this one -|
and think that those pictures, at that size ("approximately three feet by ten", apparently) would look amazing. The gallery looks good too -so, I've not really got much to say about it, just bumping the thread because I think the links are worth a look!
What do people think about his emphasis on authenticity, incidentally? The pictures are printed on "dense, Japanese cloth-like parchment manufactured in a secret medieval process", and his book is "printed and bound in Italy; the covers are created out of handmade paper from Nepal which is sealed with natural beeswax; interior pages are printed on handmade Italian paper; each book is hand sewn and tied with thread stained with hibiscus tea leaves". What do these techniques add to the art as a whole? I've not seen them in real life, so I'm interested about how different the pictures look as a result of all this (compared to a picture printed using less rare material)