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VII Flash Sale

For one week only, VII Photo is offering an opportunity to purchase signed prints by VII Photographers for $100. Each 8x10 photograph is printed on museum grade archival C-Type paper at one of New York Cities top labs, backed and sleeved in archival materials, and embossed with the VII logo. All prints come with a certificate of authenticity.

The sale begins on October 27, 2014 at 10:00 AM and concludes on November 3, 2014 at 10:00 AM.

Founded in the turmoil of 9/11, VII is an agency of contemporary photographers and storytellers who relentlessly chronicle modern history, eschewing decisive moments in favor of documenting defining issues.

The prints will be sent to buyers using the United States Postal Service, and will take between two to three weeks from the end of the sale to arrive.

Use coupon code FLASHSALE for free shipping.


For more information, contact printsales@viiphoto.com

• 8"x10" Prints on museum grade archival C-Type paper;

• Signed by the photographer, embossed with VII logo;

• Packaged in archival materials;

• Just $100

Ron Haviv: The Boxer

The Boxer, Haiti, 2011

by Ron Haviv


Only $100


 


Rebels of the Sudanese Liberation Army, SLA, are seen in Jidili, North Darfur, Sudan in February 2004.

by Marcus Bleasedale

Only $100

Vova, 22, or 'Boss,' has been a Stalker for four years in Pripyat, Chernobyl, Ukraine, seen here on February 13, 2009.


by Donald Weber

Only $100


Mickey Goldtooth’s clutches his girlfriend Maria’s bottom in Playa de las Americas, Tenerife, Spain on Feb. 26, 1999.


by Jocelyn Bain Hogg

Only $100

Janusz Strach has taken winter baths for 7 years in Marcinek Lake close to the Ukrainian border. He prefers to practice on his own.

by Maciek Nabrdalik

Only $100

A young women is seen in a landfill, where she lives, in Juba, Central Equatoria, southern Sudan on Nov. 5, 2010.

by Stefano De Luigi

Only $100

A man has a coffee among animal soft toys in an upscale area that used to be Guangzhou’s rural outskirts but is today its business district.

by Sim Chi Yin

Only $100
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Giana Choroszewski
Operations Manager

giana@viiphoto.com