Chris Cornell

Soundgarden 08.06.94.jpg
Soundgarden 08.06.94.jpg

Chris Cornell

285.00

LIMITED EDITION NUMBERED PRINTS

DATE: August 6, 1994
LOCATION: Molson Park, Barrie, ON. 
DESCRIPTION:  Arms held out... August 6, 1994. Molson Park, Barrie, ON. 
Soundgarden was touring behind Superunknown and co-headliner, Nine Inch Nails was out on their Self Destruct Tour in support of The Downward Spiral. NIN played just before Soundgarden, and opened with Terrible Lie, Sin and March of the Pigs. These opening songs and the rest of their set left a solid statement that NIN meant serious business. Soundgarden responded and opened their set with Jesus Christ Pose, Spoonman and Let Me Drown. The rest of the line-up included Reverend Horton Heat, Pop Will Eat itself, Marilyn Manson, and You Am I. 
PRINTED ON:  Photo Rag® Deckle Edge 308 gsm, produced using Ultra Chrome HD inks from Epson. 
PAPER SIZE: 13"x 19"
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All photogaphs are printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Deckle Edge 308 gsm, produced using Ultra Chrome HD inks from Epson. The final print will also be delivered with a Hahnemühle Certificate of Authenticity. The Hahnemühle certificate system was designed to protect the security and genuineness of your limited edition art work and to reduce the risk of forgery. Each certificate is made of premium deckle edged mould made paper with a Hahnemühle watermark and fluorescent security fibres. A serialized numbered hologram is affixed to the certificate. A second, identically numbered hologram is then applied to the artwork. Additionally, both the certificate and print are embossed with Richard Beland Photography Inc.’s lightning bolt and star logo. The combination of certificate and hologram assures that each Certificate of Authenticity relates to one particular piece of art.

Each image is printed, signed and numbered by Richard. Richard has 25 years of traditional and digital darkroom printing. Whether the original photograph is from a digital scan of a negative or transparency or the photograph has been made with a digital camera, great care is taken to ensure that the contrast, density and colour have been corrected to maximize the potential of each image.