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The first of these is live today: a range of five framed prints inspired by the highly successful 2021-2022 exhibition, Tokyo: Art and Photography, supporting the work of the Ashmolean Museum.
The selection of prints are as follows: “Ryounkaku Tower Game,” 1890, “The Suijin Woods from 100 famous views of Edo,” 1856, “Ueno Park at Night,” c.1895, “Subway,
Limited to just 250 per design, they are printed on digital fine art paper made from 90% bamboo and 10% cotton fibers and acid-free, offering a natural and environmentally friendly alternative to traditional paper. The handmade gallery frames are FSC certified. Made from solid wood, only from sustainable sources, with no veneers, MDF or any other type of reconstituted materials.
“The Ashmolean is delighted to be working with Start Licensing and Blu Goblin, to be part of the launch of this exciting initiative,” says Declan McCarthy, head of publishing and licensing, Ashmolean. “We are very proud of these limited edition prints, not only because they are beautifully crafted and ethically sourced, but that they will help to support our work and mission. The Ashmolean is the world’s first public museum and has been inspiring minds since 1683.”
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