In 2009 we launched Here & There, a limited edition run of art prints exploring speculative projections of dense cities. The pair of prints show the projection as used in Manhattan, one looking uptown from 3rd and 7th, and the other looking downtown from 3rd and 35th. This post is to announce that they’re back on sale!
I wrote about the influences and research around the project too. We turned off the shop around a year later with a few prints left in stock. I’m pleased to say today that we’re reopening the shop to sell the remaining 180 pairs of prints.
Since it’s launch, lots has happened. We’ve renamed BERG and H&T itself has been on several exciting journeys. A pair of prints were exhibited in the 2011 MoMA exhibition Talk To Me. They have since been incorporated into MoMA’s permanent collection. The projection has formed the basis of a patent for use in the context of mobile displays which is an advanced stage of back and forth with the USPTO. The exciting and intelligent action film, Inception, released in 2010, later released a beautiful alternative poster!
We regularly receive inquiries and requests for a pair of prints, so today the shop will re open for a limited period. The prints are £99 plus postage and are on sale here.
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