2020 Art in Isolation

Bram Stoker

Sam Taylor-Johnson

Bram Stoker

Digital chromogenic archival print

22.86 x 30.48 cms (8.98 x 11.98 ins)

2020

HC 12288

Digital chromogenic archival print on matte paper.

2005. Printed in 2020 for Giveworld:

Fundaising print:

"We've raised over $100,000 and grown
our community with 30 new artists.
Inspired by these uncertain times, our team came together and found a way to uplift communities around the globe by putting our skills to good use-all without leaving our living rooms.

In this model of social giving, we are selling limited edition c-prints from some of the world's most respected photographers to raise money for those most affected by the coronavirus. Proceeds go to GlobalGiving.

"Giveworld is a social giving platform with a mission to bring people together around the world and give to causes that need it most.

We are a growing community of artists, creatives and thinkers who have been awakened in the face of this global crisis. We are committed to using our resources, talents and connections to create awareness and support global organizations that are on the front lines of this pandemic and are providing to communities most at risk.

How did we get here?

Like so many others in the world, the coronavirus caused us to transition in many new ways. As a fully integrated creative company, we found ourselves working from home and practicing social distancing, which ignited an urge to redirect our creative energy to stay connected and to support those in need.

What began as an opportunity to contribute on a small scale quickly evolved into something much larger than any single one of us.

Where are we going?

We will continue to collaborate with great artists and thinkers to increase awareness and raise funds for global issues."



British Photography. The Hyman Collection

Sam Taylor-Johnson

Bram Stoker

Digital chromogenic archival print

22.86 x 30.48 cms (8.98 x 11.98 ins)

2020

HC 12288

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