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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.
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This image is part of a series that I shot in the subway. I was working at that time in Brooklyn, so I used the F train a lot. Love to watch people and capture them without being offensive. This to me is a composition in color. The boots…they were screaming for a picture. The bag just gave it the finishing touch. Love the name...Wet safari. Reminds me of my travels through Africa.
About this work
Wet safari | 10.05.10 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.
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.