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Art Edition B: signed and numbered fine art print, book and tote bag
Art Edition B
This is Art Edition B of This Time Tomorrow. This art edition is numbered no. 36-70 and contains:
– a copy of the book This Time Tomorrow, signed by David van Dartel
– a 20 x 25 cm limited edition fine art print from ‘Sil in de branding‘, numbered and signed by David van Dartel
– a This Time Tomorrow totebag (€ 19,50)
For Art Edition A, click here.
David van Dartel (1995) is a talented Dutch photographer who has gained a significant following for his work. This books contains work from his ‘On Vlieland’ series and new photographs, where friendship is the central theme. The ‘On Vlieland’ series is a striking, ongoing body of work taken on the rugged West Frisian Island in the Wadden Sea, The Netherlands. The island offers a stunning scenery, giving one a sense of discovery and the ultimate adventure.
A bunch of friends, a Dutch island and a camera
“As long as I can remember, I have visited the little Dutch island of Vlieland. I spent endless summers there with friends. It’s a place where everyone is at ease. We swim, stroll around, and drink—but above all, we reflect on life, and for a little moment, we forget our lives at the other side of the sea. There is no schedule, it’s only us at that moment of time. This time tomorrow, where will we be?”
‘A representation of friendship, of human connection, a representation of human bonds.’