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Fine Art Print

Take Me Home

$500.00$550.00

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Fine Art Print

Take Me Home

$500.00$550.00

$500.00$550.00

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

Take Me Home is a fine art photography print taken on the streets of Tokyo, Japan. It captures the moment a woman is about to enter a taxi. B&W street photography allows the photographer to emphasize lights and darks in unique ways which gives the image an entirely different feel, message, and purpose. The lights on the street bring so much life and actively to this photograph while the woman seems to move slowly and with more ease as she’s ending her night. It’s a wonderful contrast that photographer Aileen Sideris was delighted to capture.

• 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.

Additional information

Size

12"x18"

Materials

Paper, Metal

• 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.

Additional information

Size

12"x18"

Materials

Paper, Metal

Behind the Image

Take Me Home

Taken in Tokyo, Japan, Take Me Home is another favorite of mine. Growing up in New York City, hopping in a taxi and being brought home is how many nights have ended for me. I remember seeing this woman getting ready to take this cab and thinking I could be in New York City right now.

The city was so busy and filled with people trying to get to their destinations, just like back home. But, I wasn’t home. I was halfway around the world and so grateful to be there. It was an incredible trip and I remember feeling connected to this stranger in this moment after feeling like we’re not that different from one another. Even if we both did grow up on opposite sides of the world, we had one thing in common and that’s this big city life.

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