Prints

Archival-quality gicleé prints of my photographs are made with light-fast pigment inks on 100% cotton rag fine art paper, signed and dated on verso.

Dimensions: 13 x 19 inches.

Choose any photo(s) on this website, except images from other sources

Price per print: $110 including shipping. Individually protected prints are sealed in a sturdy mailing tube and delivered via USPS.

Orders accepted via email. Pay directly through my PayPal account (tobemarx@gmail.com). Be sure to include your shipping address!

Questions? Contact Mark Ellinger at tobemarx@gmail.com.

 

7 responses to “Prints

  1. George Auxier

    I especially like ‘Boundary Lines’, ‘Marathon’ & ‘Stairway to Sunnyside’
    Keep at it!
    g.

  2. Nicole

    Great work. I really enjoyed “View from Room 10″–the multiple perspectives and viewing points, the frame within the frame, the looking out from a place we normally can’t access from the street below, and the wonderful division that the horizontal window frame makes in the plane of the image- as if splitting the homes above from the symbolism of the capitalist “exchange” below.

  3. I’ve got “Under Lowering Skies” and “View From Room #10″ hung at my place and they both look great under both artificial and natural light. Beautiful colors!

  4. Ed French

    Wow! I just went through up from the deep/midmarket. What great work! Amazing research and notes. I was fortunate enough to experience many of the Market St. theatres in my youth. I will never get over riding the bus on my way to high school and seeing the gold gilt of the Fox’s lobby shining in the morning sun through the huge gapping hole the wrecking ball had done to the theatre. The Fox and it’s demise is a whole story in itself.
    Just wanted to add another theatre to your collection: The Hub Theatre:
    http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/7432
    Link to picture of Neal Cassidy by Alan Ginsberg in front of the Hub
    http://artblart.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/3107-030.jpg

    • Thanks, Ed. I came to San Francisco a few years after the Fox was demolished. I remember the Hub, although it was one of the few theaters on Market Street I didn’t patronize at least once. The only reason I haven’t included it in my little history is that it was outside what is considered to be “mid-Market.”

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