VELVET BLACK Book and Print Offer
Book: £20.50 UK, £25.50 Worldwide.
Book and Print Offer Limited to 25: £55.00
A5/A6 image, white margins shown in the edition below.
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36 pages,19 images, A5. Featuring 4 french folded pages, Side Singer Sewn Binding, Cyclus Offset 80gsm paper throughout, Glassine printed pocket.
Printed with a Solar powered four colour litho press. Edition of 250 published by Fleur Olby, October 2018.
Launched at Impressions Gallery, Photobook Fair Bradford: 20th October and available from their shop.
The Photographers’ Gallery Bookshop, London and Open Eye Gallery Bookshop, Liverpool.
Selected A5 Limited Edition Prints from the book.
Edition of 5 per image: £32.00 plus vat and delivery
Printed by Genesis Imaging on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Smooth Paper 188 gsm
6 images, available full bleed or with white margins shown on Dactylis Glomerata below:
Limited Edition Print Sales
Printed by Genesis Imaging on Hahnemühle Photo Rag Smooth Paper 308 gsm
Auricula – Limited Editions of 10
From the Series
12 x 16 Inches, Edition of 10
£250.00 UK – £270.00 Worldwide Inclusive price.
The Phormium – Limited Editions of 15
Introductory prices on first editions.
Supplied with certificates of authenticity
From the Book
Plant Portraits by Fleur Olby
Editions of 15
10 x 12 Inches, 9 available
£100.00 UK – £120.00 Worldwide Inclusive price.
12 x 16 Inches, 11 available
£150.00 UK – £170.00 Worldwide Inclusive price.
The Green on White Postcard Book
Also available at: OPEN EYE GALLERY shop, Liverpool and IMPRESSIONS GALLERY bookshop, Bradford
Contains ten unique postcards of Plant Portraits
Exhibited at the Gallery on the Green
Bound together with a soft glue spine for separation, and attached to a cover with a capacity spine.
105mm x 148mm 300gsm silk cover 10 postcards 330gsm Ensocoat
Fuel Publishing distributed through Thames and Hudson & D.A.P.
Foreword by Wayne Ford
This book is Fleur Olby’s first photographic monograph;
it contains some of her most popular images from a seven-year body of work for The Observer. As well as many previously unseen photographs.
295×220 mm hardback
Published in 2005