They are 58x43cm prints, are mounted on a raised plinth with a deep frame and all images are signed by the artist. That’s what I was doing in Rob’s workshop on Monday!
Haydn went to extra ordinary lengths to have these images printed to the highest standards. As he puts it himself,
An additional problem is I wanted to print at a very high standard. Courtesy of Hewlett Packard I eventually got to use their z3100 and z 6100 machines which print with 12 and 8 inks respectively. I also wanted to use heavy durable paper and Vivera inks which have a no-fade lifespan exceeding 150 years.
Haydn, it was worth the extra effort. The prints are gorgeous!
Little baby Adam passed another major milestone in his life yesterday. Last night he slept in his own room for the first time!
He slept soundly until about 3am, woke and made a bit of fuss until he fell asleep again until about 6am when he was happy enough to kick about his cot for a while until we got up and fed him.
Just over a week ago he started on solid food. That was fun!
Mom and daughter hurry past on Panna after shopping in Adams Kids.
In the background is the old Dunnes Stores which has been pulled down leaving the front facing of the building and a wide swath of destruction and deconstruction behind it extending to Emmet Place.
Cross processed in the GIMP with the curves tool.
Red and white flags flew all over Cork City today and for the past week in anticipation of the All Ireland Football Final between Cork and Kerry.
Unfortunately Kerry won and decisively so too as I heard from my father-in-law Frank who filled me in on all the gory details!
Business men near Union Square in San Francisco. Having a good time!
An overcast and dull day in Cork a while back.
A cyclist races across across an almost empty junction in San Francisco.
I just love the sign on top of the building. Totally out of place amid the beautiful architecture and detail of it’s resting place.
Three girls run past the “Finish” line after the Blarney half marathon on Sunday.
It was a funny place to put that sign as it was well behind the actual finish line. Guess they didn’t have any poles to stick it up on ..
Running in the scorching heat on Waterloo Road near the end of the Blarney half marathon.
Directing traffic on Waterloo Road.
Finishing the race in that searing heat is quite an accomplishment. Everyone received a medal at the finish.
Well done to everyone who took part!