A photograph of Brighton's decaying West Pier taken in 2005 and showing the last remaining wooden structure on the pier. This was the kiosk where visitors paid to have speedboat rides from the pier. The steps to the boats can be seen in the photograph.
The picture is shown with a white border is to show roughly what it will look like when printed on fine art paper and how much room you have for framing.
It is A2 in size (other sizes can be made on request but I can only personally print up to A2) and ready to frame and printed by me on Permajet Portrait White Fine Art Paper using a Canon IPF5100 Giclee printer. I only sign my prints once I am totally satisfied with them.
I sign and number my images in pencil on the front of the image and also provide a signed, numbered certificate of authenticity.
Permajet Portrait White Fine Art Paper and Canon Archival Inks