The Hidden Years book: Volume Two by Faith47
South African artist Faith47 will be releasing the second in a personal collectable series of self published zines and limited edition mini screen prints. The Hidden Years series saw Volume One (covered here) released last year on the Summer Solstice via the artists newly launched online webshop. The release of the second edition in the series will coincide with the Spring Equinox on Friday 20th March 2015.
The A5 sized book will feature a compilation of the artists photographs taken during her travels in the karoo, beijing, jerusalem, shanghai, johannesburg, cape town, london, melun, rochester, kathmandu, los angeles, miami, durban, bangkok, malmö, antanarivo, madrid, wuhan, rome, missouri and gaeta. The book is extremely limited and will be released in an edition of just 100, each of which will be signed and numbered by Faith47. The publication will be sold along with a new five colour mini print titled 'Bleed' printed on Stardream Antique Gold paper.
The set will be $95.00 incl shipping and will be on sale online: LOS ANGELES - 10AM :: NEW YORK - 1PM :: LONDON - 5PM :: JOHANNESBURG - 7PM :: BEIJING 1AM.
Faith47 has produced a short video allowing us a sneak preview of the new zine and print in the clip below.
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