At Broadsheet we’ve always been proud of our photography. We work with some of the best photographers in Australia, both established and emerging. So we’re thrilled to be launching Broadsheet Editions, a platform to celebrate our photos, the photographers behind them, and for the first time make large-scale photography prints available to purchase and hang on your wall.
Spanning landscapes, portraiture, candid snaps and travel imagery – both local and abroad – the Editions collection includes nearly 100 images from the Broadsheet archives as well as the artists’ own. Having launched with the work of 11 photographers, the platform will be frequently updated to include more photographers and new imagery. The first artists with works available are Linsey Rendell, Gareth Sobey, Michael Woods, Peter Tarasiuk, Kate Shanasy, Jessica Wyld, Rebecca Mansell, Nikki To, Jake Roden, Pete Dillon and Mark Roper.
“Photography is core to Broadsheet’s strengths and always has been,” says Broadsheet publisher Nick Shelton. “One of our great pleasures is collaborating with some of the best photographers in the country. So it’s very exciting to be able to make some of their favourite work available for people to take home and have in their own lives.”
As well as a new Instagram account, @Broadsheet.Editions showcasing some of our favourite Broadsheet imagery from the previous decade and beyond, the Broadsheet Editions online retail store is now live, offering Broadsheet Editions prints in five size options and three premium-quality frame finishes (black timber, white timber and raw timber). With unframed prints starting from $220 and framed from $350, shipping included (except for 100cm x 150cm), it’s the perfect opportunity to put a piece of your city – or just its art – on your wall.
Each Broadsheet Editions print is carefully made to order using gallery-grade materials for the highest quality product. Photos are printed on 300gsm, 100 per cent cotton rag stock, before being dry-mounted onto acid-free foam board with an archival adhesive film.
Framed prints are then housed using locally sourced, sustainable Australian hardwood and museum-grade plexiglass designed to protect your photo from UV damage for up to 100 years. Sealed for protection using framer’s wax tape and wired for easy mounting, your photos is available to be delivered Australia-wide within two weeks of purchase.