James was kind enough to send us one of his free editions to celebrate launching his website.
The edition is a reproduction from a found transparency, showing a group of tourists at the Gornergrat peak in the Pennine Alps, Switzerland, c.1950. The original transparency has been drum scanned and the discolouration of the image caused by age preserved. The edition is 130×180mm, litho printed in four colour process on 400gsm uncoated board and finished with die-cut rounded corners to correspond with the original slide mount.
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