Fresh from the printing table this print is of the pagoda at the Kiyomizu-dera temple in Kyoto's old town and the crowd of tourists snapping away in front of it.
I spent some time snapping away trying to get shots of the temple without other people with cameras in the foreground until it became obvious that everyone looks at such things through a screen. So the print became this scene of people trying to get the perfect shot.
This print is my most ambitious to date, at twelve colours it took a lot more time and a lot more paper than usual but I hope you'll agree it was worth the wait and the effort.
It is in an edition of 50 on lovely 300gsm Somerset Satin paper printed using archival inks and is 400mm x 594mm in size.
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