Reader Micha Drögemüller's print arrived safely in Hamburg,
Germany—"blurry snapshot as proof," he writes
Please allow 10–14 days for yours to arrive if it hasn't already. If it hasn't shown up by then, please contact Gordon or me. We do have a small number of copies in reserve if any go missing or get damaged in shipment, so you are safe.
On the Sale front, I'm currently hoping to put together a sale of two superb books, one from The Nelson-Atkins Museum and one from Yale University Press, before the holidays. Supplies will be relatively limited but both books are standouts. We're a-workin' on it.
Thanks to everyone who bought Gordon's print!
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Featured Comments from:
TDE: "Received mine. It is just lovely, so much vibrancy and depth in the print. And very well packaged, too. (I've received some other prints in the past year or so that had slight crumples in the corners, but no way that could have happened with this one.)"
Benjamin Marks: "I have some wooden ledges (less than a shelf, but more than a sconce?) in our dining room that I use to prop my own photos up against the wall. The purpose is to live with an image for six months or so and see whether the image can still inspire and engage at that time. If it does, I have a winner. If it doesn't...well let's just say that most don't. Gordon's picture has been up since it arrived. It has never failed to draw the eye. I am so pleased to own it; particularly that I can see it every day. Thanks to both of you for putting this out there. There must be karmic points awarded for increasing the quotient of pleasure and beauty in this world. What's the news phase? Now, more than ever...with gratitude, Ben Marks."