Did you know all our prints exhibited at Days We Met are available for sale? All prints are available at S$150 each. Support us by buying a piece of our work to take home with you, and enable us to keep photographing. You can enquire with Objectifs if you're at the gallery itself, or email us at email@example.com.
5ive Foot Way has donated our remaining prints from the “Random Encounters" exhibition to The Pigeonhole, to help raise funds and keep them alive — all proceeds from sales go directly to them. In the time they have set up till now, The Pigeonhole has been a staunch supporter of both local independent arts and artists, as well as civic society activism, and it would be a right shame to lose them.
They will be holding a fundraising concert and sales of donated prints this Friday, December 21st. For those of you who can make it, please show your support, buy some stuff, donate what you can. They also have a donations page up, and every bit counts.
Photograph © Tham Jing Wen. One of the prints still available for sale.
That’s right folks, all the prints exhibited in our “Random Encounters” exhibition are available for sale. Prints that are exhibited are available at $99 each, are signed by the respective photographers, and will be sold as-is, framed and mounted.
Photograph © Adam Abdul Rahim; archival print available for sale.
Should you wish to buy a print that has been purchased, reprints are available at $149 until the end of September. Reprints will also be signed by the photographer who produced it, but will be shipped or collected without framing options.
Photograph © Aik Beng Chia.
All prints are printed on 12”x16” (A3) archival paper, with the image size slightly smaller. For enquiries, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, drop us a message on our Facebook page, or simply approach the friendly staff at The Pigeonhole.
Photograph © Jun Shen Chia.
The samples shown here are just small representations of what we have at the exhibition, and there’s nothing quite like a quality print in your hands or on your walls, so be sure to visit soon!
Photograph © Callan Tham.