Three Selected Affordable Prints
In a limited edition of 99, available in A3 format, digital C41 prints price, £99 signed by the artist.
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From the series Before They were Fallen; 50 percent of profits to be shared with Toni O Donnell’s preferred charity http://www.felixfund.org.uk
Stones and Stuff
“Gary loved to collect fossils, stone and shells from the places he went. He would be able to tell you exactly where each piece came from.”
Toni O’Donnell, lost her husband, Warrant Officer Class 2 Gary ‘Gaz’ O’Donnell GM, from 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment Royal Logistic Corps, when he was killed on Wednesday 10 September 2008, in Helmand province.
This picture is part of a series of photographed objects selected By Toni O’ Donnell as having a special significance for her in remembrance of her husband Gary and show how often ordinary objects are imbued with extraordinary significance following the death of a loved one. The objects take on a talismanic value but also represent a facet of the personality of the fallen soldier and another way into understanding the person behind the uniform.
From the series Back Stage with Wallace and Gromit
Wallace back into model making after his appearance at the Cannes Film Festival
Nick Park accompanied His creations to Cannes in-order to promote the film ‘Curse of the Were Rabbit’ and in true Wallace style, started the journey in his trusty Peugot and no doupt would have continued on the ferry except Jeffery Katzenberg ( Dreamworks co- owner) offered them a lift in his private jet: offering a clear example of the contrast in style between Hollywood and Aardman.
From the series , Kabul, A portrait of Daily Life.
Police officers on duty including Commander Salah Mohamed, Islamiedin second Lieutenant and Abdullah second Lieutenant. They are not permitted to talk to the press.
One of the main problems for the police force, is overcoming corruption. Just before this photograph was taken a man pulled over and handed six rolls of toilet paper to the commander. The police hadn’t been paid for two months, so from the very smallest amounts to much larger sums, corruption is a way of getting by.
Experienced fixer, Zia Haidary elaborates: “If he had not been paid for two months, why is he still doing his job? He was fooling around, doing nothing then stopping people and cashing in on the bribes. My neighbour was arrested, he is a drug dealer. The police found 6kg of heroin and an AK47 in his house. The next day he is out of police custody – How? It is corrupt. The police here are uneducated boys who cannot find work. If you ask them to write their name, they can’t do it –they’re just really good at shooting.”
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