«airplane I ». Edition of 15

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«airplane I» was printed from an antique glassplate positive 9 × 12 cm, originally dating around 1910, France. We have developed our own technique, so that we can reproduce the original negative plate with the smallest details on a piezography print.

Henry Farman (1874 – 1958) on January 13, 1908 was the first aviator to fly the 1km distance (1 minute and 28 seconds). The Farman HF-1 was built by engineer Gabriel Voisin (1880 – 1973).

Title: «Airplane I» Henry Farman
Year: around 1909
Country: France
Origin: Glassplate 9 × 12 cm.

Size Paper & Print: 50 × 65 cm | 38.5 × 51 cm
Printing technique: Piezography® Pro
Paper: Arches Velin BFK Rives 250 gr/m2 Natural. 100% Cotton. pH-neutral.

Distance magnetic frame: 55 × 70 cm
Material: Wood Hoak nature | profile 13/28
Distance: 10 mm, white
Glass: Anti-reflective white glass

*Limited Edition of 15, Zürich

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«airplane I» was printed from an antique glassplate positive 9 × 12 cm, originally dating around 1910, France. We have developed our own technique, so that we can reproduce the original negative plate with the smallest details on a piezography print.

Henry Farman (1874 – 1958) on January 13, 1908 was the first aviator to fly the 1km distance (1 minute and 28 seconds). The Farman HF-1 was built by engineer Gabriel Voisin (1880 – 1973).

Title: «Airplane I» Henry Farman
Year: around 1909
Country: France
Origin: Glassplate 9 × 12 cm.

Size Paper & Print: 50 × 65 cm | 38.5 × 51 cm
Printing technique: Piezography® Pro
Paper: Arches Velin BFK Rives 250 gr/m2 Natural. 100% Cotton. pH-neutral.

Distance magnetic frame: 55 × 70 cm
Material: Wood Hoak nature | profile 13/28
Distance: 10 mm, white
Glass: Anti-reflective white glass

*Limited Edition of 15, Zürich

Weight 500 g
Dimensions 61 × 3 × 81 cm
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Distance Magnetic Frame, Unframed

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