VELVET BLACK Book and Print Offer
Book: £20.50 UK, £25.50 Worldwide.
Book and Print Offer Limited to 15: £55.00
A6 image, with white margins shown in the edition information 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 30 prints, 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
Only 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