Right now travel is but a dream, but that doesn’t mean you can’t feel invigorated thinking about it, every time you walk around your house. There’s nothing quite like the thrill of hearing those big jet engines roar into action, and this new print really gets that feeling across, in an artisticly tasteful way, if we don’t say so ourselves.
After selling out the most popular colorways of the Boeing 747 retro livery, the new print is clear for take off…
GSTP teamed up with London artist Chris Burns aka Graphic_856 to turn a series of our aviation photographs into limited edition art, designed by Chris, and we love the results. For just about any #avgeek, there’s nothing quite like the feeling as the plane turns onto the runway for take off, and these limited edition prints imagine a gorgeous take off from 25L in Hong Kong.
These ship internationally and the artist keeps 100% of the funds, we’re just excited to share unique work doing justice to such an iconic piece of aviation. Sets are limited to 50 of each size in each colorway, and once they sell out, they’re done – so have at it!
If you like both colorways, buying A2 or A3 sets knock the price down anyway and save on shipping!
Here’s all the details from the artist…
This fine art Giclee print is made using archival inks on matte white Hahnemühle Photorag 300gsm paper, the paper surface has minimal texture with a chalky smooth cotton feel which creates smooth colour gradients and enhanced colours. Each colour way is a limited edition of 50 and are signed and numbered by the artist.
All prints are a standard size and fit nicely into A3 and A2 frames and are shipped in a sturdy postal tube to ensure they arrive in top condition.
Print Size (s):
– All prints are dispatched within 5 working days.
– Shipping: within UK: Royal Mail First class (1-2 Day delivery after dispatch)
– Rest of the world: 15-20 days delivery by Royal Mail Tracked
A3 prints are £50/$61 plus shipping, and A2 are £75/$90 plus shipping.
Purchase: All colors, sets and sizes can be found here.
And if you’re still tempted by the 747 livery, a few remain here.
Thanks for supporting a local artist and enjoy the work!
These works are based entirely on artistic imagining of an original photo by Gilbert Ott.