Central Taipei as it was in the late 1930's to mid 1940's. It shows the city center before bombing in World War Two destroyed a large part of it. I've tried to make it as accurate as possible. It was created from hundreds of archival aerial and ground photographs. Please see notes on my facebook page for more details on why and how I made this. Below are some close-ups. Here is a blog post about the changes in the area around North Gate.
Canson Rag 310gsm photographique fine art paper. This paper is acid free, gallery quality, and uses archival inks. The sharpness, contrast and texture are excellent. It is robust and thick. With the right care these prints will last well beyond 100 years in pristine condition.
Uprint 350gsm matte canvas. Each canvas print has a 5cm white border to allow for mounting.
Easicolor 90gsm Rice Paper: This is lightweight calligraphy style paper. Not as thick, or with the brilliant white of the fine art paper, but still sharp, matte and smooth. Also archival and printed with the same inks as the fine art paper. This was the most affordable material I could find that didn't sacrifice good quality. Includes an 0.5cm border.
Each print will be signed.
Domestic postage is free. International postage is 250nt via registered airmail.
I send from Taiwan via recorded airmail. It'll be packaged in a sturdy tube with a plastic sleeve. Shipping to N America or Europe usually takes just under two weeks.
Please also check out my website here: overthecity.asia
And my facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/TomRookMap
If you would like a framed print and I have none available here, please get in touch. I can make a framed print within about two weeks and you can pick it up from the frame shop I use on Minsheng West Road. It will have a black wooden frame the same as this one: https://imgur.com/KPCXQjk