JIM-JAM Castle (2011)
Colour photograph (Giclée) by Graham Hawcroft


  • Colour photograph (Giclée), Paper
  • From a limited edition of 50
  • Size: 40.12 × 27.01 in (unframed) / 40.12 × 27.01 in (actual image size)
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  • Signed and numbered on the back

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Artist's description:

It is actually called Predjama Castle, a name i could never remember. I just knew that it sounded similar to pyjamas, so i nick-named it Jim Jam Castle.

With 1,000 years of history behind it, this castle-in-a-cave-under-a-cliff can only be summed up properly with one word: Looming. It looms. Predjama Castle in Slovenia isn't the largest structure, but it's one of the most imposing I've ever seen. During the Dark Ages people took up residence in the large cave that penetrates the cliffside, and apparently a significant portion of the structure is built within the cave. The newer portion sits out front and looks somewhat normal, if not for the cliffs above and the sheer drop-off below.

I have actually had a look in the intimidating dungeons and my god, you would be very lucky to survive.

Materials used:

Gloss (Fuji Crystal Archive DPII), Satin Matt (Fuji Crystal Archive DPII) and Metalic Paper