Fine Art Print
Last Train

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Fine Art Print

Last Train

$100.00$250.00

$100.00$250.00

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✩ Prints Are Made Using Environmentally Friendly Materials on Eco-Friendly Printers

✩ All Paper Prints Are Made on High-Quality Fine Art Archival Paper

✩ All Metal Prints Come Ready to Hang. Metal Prints Are Durable and Naturally Tear-Proof

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12"x18"

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Giving Back

With the purchase of each print, 10% is donated to Mercy for Animals, a non-profit organization founded in 1999.

Last Train is a fine art photography print that’s gritty, raw, and original in it’s conception and execution. Black and white architecture photography allows viewers to appreciate buildings, trains, and other structures in entirely new ways. Photographed in Tokyo, Japan by photographer Aileen Sideris, this fine art print is as industrial and moody as it is serene and beautiful.

Behind the Image

Last Train

Last Train is a photograph that helps the viewer feel what it’s like to be in a city. It’s industrial and gritty, but also beautiful and moody. You’re surrounded by tall buildings and are often rushing from one place to another.

It’s important to take a moment and look around you. Beauty comes in all forms, in nature, and in cities. The architecture, the cloudy sky, and this train passing through offered me the perfect opportunity to capture those feelings in one photograph.

Behind the Image

Last Train

Last Train is a photograph that helps the viewer feel what it’s like to be in a city. It’s industrial and gritty, but also beautiful and moody. You’re surrounded by tall buildings and are often rushing from one place to another.

It’s important to take a moment and look around you. Beauty comes in all forms, in nature, and in cities. The architecture, the cloudy sky, and this train passing through offered me the perfect opportunity to capture those feelings in one photograph.

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