Ilford Hp5, archival pigment print on acid-free, museum-quality Epson Ultra Premium Luster Photo Paper.
Zerb Mellish is a first generation Liberian - American photographer and photojournalist living and working in the Dallas - Fort Worth area. Continuously inspired by the topic of identity, his work and practice mainly focuses on and celebrates black people and the black experience through the visual narrative. His process explores the storytelling present in each perspective.
100% Benefitting Equal Justice Initiative, NAACP, and Save The Children.
UPDATE: Thank you to everyone who generously participated! With your help we were able to raise a total of $4,806 through print sales and added donations. 100% of funds were equally distributed between EJI, NAACP, and Save the Children. Without your support, and the generous contribution from the artists, this wouldn’t have been possible.
How to give:
Simply add a print to your cart. 100% of the $100 for the print will be equally split among the 3 charities. At checkout you’ll see a “Donation Jar” function added, this will allow for additional donations if you desire. This “Donation Jar” function will also be available on the entire CineStill Store for the duration of the print sale, meaning that even those who do not wish to purchase a print, can still get involved and make a donation. Prints are limited, once they sell out, they are gone.
$100 a print = $100 to charity:
There are no hidden fees or overhead costs. CineStill Film will be taking care of all printing and ancillary costs. Once you add your print to your cart and head to checkout, you will see the $100 Print Price, the flat rate shipping, and tax (unfortunately we aren’t a non-profit and do not qualify for any tax free exemptions). That’s it.
We’d like to thank Gia Canali Art Advisory for donating their services and helping curate the fundraiser gallery. We’d also like to extend a massive “thank you” to all the artists who are donating pieces of their work to help raise funds for this effort, especially during these turbulent times. We could not have done this without you! And finally, thank you to everyone who has purchased a print and contributed to the Freedom, Equality, and Justice Fundraiser.
- Paper Thickness: 10 mil (0.25 mm)
- Paper Weight: 240 gsm
- ISO Brightness: 97%
- Opacity: 97%
- Gloss at 60°: 16
- Base Material: Polyethylene Encapsulated Paper
- Surface Finish : Luster
- Giclée printing quality
- Fingerprint resistant
- Japanese sourced paper