To entice people to our table at Fotofringe we would like to
offer everyone who visits our table a choice of 6 of our covetable oyster
card holders featuring our contemporary artists, iconic fine art and photography as well as the opportunity to win a print of their choice from our
print on demand service up to the value of £40. We look forward to welcoming
people to our table. If you would like to make an appointment please
www.bridgemanartondemand.com features nearly 140,000 images ranging from old masters to modern contemporary artists and is searchable by artist, colour, movement, medium, subject or collection, providing an easy to navigate tool for those in need of a little inspiration. Once the artwork has been selected, the site offers various framing and sizing options, designed to suit all budgets and needs. Bridgeman Art on Demand returns 50% of the income generated by each sale to the contributing institution, as part of Bridgeman’s commitment
to generate licensing income for participating museums.
Mary Evans Picture Library to offer a hamper filled with vintage goodies to a lucky winner at Fotofringe
Mary Evans Picture Library will be giving away a hamper stuffed with vintage goodies at this year’s Fotofringe. Among the many items on offer to one lucky winner will be some fabulous products featuring Mary Evans images including art deco bath products, pin-up chocolates, mugs, notebooks using 1960s magazine covers and a bottle of the finest Hendrick’s Gin.
There will also be exhibition tickets, sweets, books and more. ‘Our merchandise licensing programme has really taken off over the past couple of years,’ says Luci Gosling, Business Development Manager at Mary Evans, ‘and some of the products we’ve sold images for are very covetable, especially to fans of vintage style. The hamper is a great way to demonstrate the versatility and creative possibilities of our images and we hope it will be a talking point on the day. And of course, anyone visiting our stand can enter the draw and possibly walk away with the lot.’
Mary Evans Picture Library will be exhibiting at Table 6 in the St. Pancras room at Fotofringe this year and looks forward to welcoming you. If you would like to make an appointment at a specific time then please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bryan & Cherry Alexander are moving North
Their new address is:
Stittenham, Lochside, Lairg, Sutherland, Scotland, IV27 4EG
Tel: + 44 (0)1549-402400 email@example.com
To celebrate their recent move to the Highlands of Scotland, and that the Glenmoranjie distillery is closer to the office than Tesco, Arcticphoto are offering a bottle of Glenmoranjie single malt, and two glasses, seen here (below) on our jetty, to the owner of the business card pulled out of the hat at the end of fotofringe in London on April 24th. We look forward to seeing you there!
We decided that the people we photograph could teach us a lot about moving easily, even in the coldest of weather. Forget the removal van, use reindeer, lots of reindeer. If you can't fit it on a reindeer sled, you don't need it. When you empty the sled you can race your reindeer: you can't race a removal truck.
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Copyright Lennart Nilsson / Scanpix Sweden
Scanpix Sweden will be at fotofringe 2013 showcasing Lennart
Lennart Nilsson, pioneer in medical photography, has captured the creation of a human being from conception to birth, down to the level of a cell. Last year Lennart Nilsson himself turned 90 years old (b. August 24, 1922).
His book "A Child is Born" has sold many millions of copies.
See a series of images by Lennart Nilsson here:
The Lee Miller Archives are launching at
fotofringe 2013 - press release click here
Lee Miller Archives are excited to launch their ONLINE IMAGE LIBRARY where never seen before images are easily accessible. A unique diverse collection featuring 20th century personalities, artists, fashion, surrealism and WWII reportage by the celebrated photographer Lee Miller and others. Available for reproduction and licensing.
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Just out on PhotoArchiveNews.com (thanks Will|!)
Well, we knew the picture researchers, graphic designers, art directors, and publishers of magazines, newspapers, educational materials, film & tv production companies, greetings card companies, advertising and pr companies who came last year found fotofringe a major asset to them - the feedback was fanstastic - but having just emailed all last year's savvy image buyers to remind them to book..... whooosh! So nice to run a win-win-win, with happy picture buyers/publishers, happy picture suppliers, and a happy organiser :)
WWF International (World Wide Fund for Nature International) in multi-year deal with Global Warming Images
WWF has concluded a multi-year deal with Global Warming Images that will see the award-winning environmental
photographer Ashley Cooper providing his current library of photographs to WWF as well as doing specific commissions during the next three years.
Global Warming Images is the world's only climate change photo agency and the world's single largest collection of climate change imagery.
WWF International Managing Photo Editor Paul Sunters says the deal will benefit both parties significantly. “We are delighted because as we increase our work in climate change and energy, so we have a need for quality photographs that best reflect the devastating impact climate change is having in our environment - as well as the solutions that show we can
overcome the problem."
Samantha Smith, leader of the WWF’s Global Climate & Energy Initiative says it is time to challenge conventional thinking on what makes up climate change imagery. “We were impressed by his library of photographs that aptly illustrate the issues that
contribute significantly to climate change. Through the commissions, we hope to be able to start redefining the imagery of climate change to make the subject even more pertinent in todays’ multi-media world.”
Cooper has been documenting the impacts of climate change for the last ten years. His travels have taken him all around the world, capturing graphic images at the front line of climate change. He has put together a significant collection of climate change images, all of which can be viewed at his agency site www.globalwarmingimages.net
His photo shoots have covered such topics as glacial retreat, permafrost melt, water resource issues, drought, forest fires, sea
level rise, adaptation, climate criminals, renewable energy, mitigation, protest, food security and many more.
“I have seen the devastation that climate change is already wreaking around the planet, what I have seen truly scares me. Without rapid and radical action, life for millions will become extremely difficult. That is why I am delighted to be sponsored by WWF International, who is doing so much to tackle climate change. Together we can help raise awareness of the most
crucial issue ever to confront mankind,” says Cooper.
In 2010, Cooper won the climate change category of the worldwide Environmental Photographer of the Year
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