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"D-49" John Coltrane Darkroom Print by Victor Kalin - Limited Edition

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During the search for the original artwork used for A Love Supreme, VMP’s creative team contacted the estate of Victor Kalin. It became clear the estate held more than even VMP could imagine with photos of over 150 musicians from Jazz’s Golden Age. This includes the unpublished photo Victor took of John Coltrane nearly 60 years ago as reference for his gatefold rendering in A Love Supreme. VMP worked in conjunction with both the Coltrane and Kalin estates to offer a print quality version from an original photo negative.

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Height - 16''

Width - 16''

Printer - Nashville darkroom of Third Man Photography

Print type - Glossy darkroom print

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This type of print is available for a very short window of time. Any orders placed within that time will be printed and shipped. After the window closes, there will be no other chance to order the item.
Giclée, often called “archival printing” for its use in fine arts museums, is a superior printing method that employs a 12-color, digital pigment ink printer to achieve the most vivid, precise, and long-lasting reproduction possible. The result is a print second in quality only to the original, and even that might be up for debate…
This type of print is manufactured in a very limited quantity. The product will be available until our supply runs out. After a print sells out, it will not be printed again.
Screen printing, also known as serigraphy or silk screening, is a printing technique that involves using a mesh screen to transfer ink onto a surface in layers. The result is a visually robust print with a unique, tactile quality and a level of durability that invites being passed down through generations.

"D-49" John Coltrane Darkroom Print by Victor Kalin - Limited Edition

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