Saltdean Lido print

Saltdean Lido

The Saltdean Lido print, promised in an earlier post is now available to buy. It is a digital print (ie it doesn’t exist in any other form), A3+ size (329mm x 483mm) on 310gsm (that’s thick and heavy) 100% cotton mould-made Hahnemuhle ‘William Turner’ paper printed in 8-colour archival pigment inks that shouldn’t fade. It is also available as an A4 mini-print on 190gsm paper. The price direct from me is £50 each, they may well be dearer through a gallery or Open House to take into account the commission taken. If you are a dear old friend and I’m in a good mood I may well give you a handsome discount!

If you are wondering why there are road safety posters in place of my murals outside the Astoria, I have been assured by the man at the council that they will be back sometime in the future!

 

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3 Responses to “Saltdean Lido print”

  1. Black Rock Mk.2 « Fred Pipes's Art Blog Says:

    […] very interesting either – you can see some photos here. The lido was built in 1935 (before Saltdean Lido) and demolished in 1978 – and is still a derelict site. I’ve used a bit of artistic […]

  2. Alison Says:

    How do I order a copy of the Lido?

  3. fredpipes Says:

    Studio 45 in the Open Market have them, or email me on alan.pipes@gmail.com. (Your email bounced!)

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