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10 x 8 inches (25.4 x 20.3 cm)
edition of 250 at $25
14 x 11 inches (35.6 x 27.9 cm)
edition of 500 at $50
Edition exclusively created for ArtWeLove collectors.
These prints are made with fade-resistant, archival-quality ink and are printed on 100% cotton paper made from tree-free cotton linters salvaged from the textile industry.
The dimensions listed are for the size of paper containing the image, not the image size itself. This edition has a minimum 3/4 inch border.
This print ships unframed. For framing suggestions, please read below.
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The artist recommends using a contemporary look with 1/2-inch face, white finished frame.More on framing recommendations
More to come was actually photographed a year ago. The second part of the high line. This shot through the fence. So eager to go, but really not there yet. There is a certain raw beauty there, like a still life at night fall. The earth in the wheel barrow, the three cones (three faces in this project) and the feeling of infinity. The bright light right above the second cone marking this second phase of the high line.
About this work
More to come | 04.08.10 is an edition by Stefan Hengst exclusively on ArtWeLove. Taken using his iPhone, Hengst captures his life, one daily picture at a time. This edition is one image of nearly 1200 photographs in a year long project Stefan calls My Daily Poetry Fix. The numbers, following the title, mark the date on which he took this image.
Why We Love It
Photographer Stefan Hengst brings a candid style to his images developed during a year-long photographic project. Using his iPhone, since November 2009, Stefan has collected a vast catalog of photographs on Facebook.