Six Beats Of Separation® prints are an investment. They are hand printed by a master printer who has worked closely with Jason Joseph to ensure they are accuarately representative of his vision.
These handmade prints are suitable for exhibition and for the serious art collector. They are archival meaning, they are stable for up to 200 years when properly displayed and handled and printed on the finest papers.
Posters, while also made by hand are a more afforfdable offering of prints, printed on true luster photo paper. They are a much higher quality than typical posters. They are photographic prints suitable for display if framed, yet completely at home pinned to a teenagers bedroom wall.
Each photo regardless of the medium it is printed on, is meticulously tended to and treated in Photoshop, with techniques that are akin to those Jason learned to print with. Jason was taught to print black and white photos at NYC's S.V.A. by Beverly Nadleman who was the darkroom assistant to the famous photographer W. Eugene Smith. Smith was lauded for his B+W printing skills. Presenting Six Beats images in a rich tonal range and with precision and attention to detail are paramount to Jason's asthethic, and is evident in each reproduced photo.
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Six Beats is Structured in a way that allows for 100% of our cost of operations to be covered by corporate sponsorships. When you spend money on prints and posters 100% of the net proceeds are directed towards the charity chosen by the subject. With a small portion going towards the actual cost of the goods. Much like in any business. To put it timply, all of the profit goes to the charity. When you watch a Six Beats video on YouTube, 100% of the proceeds go to the charity of the subjects choice. When you purchase Six Beats Of Separation® Apparel 90% of the net gets equally distributed to the charities we currently represent, and 10% goes towards any unforseen operation costs not forseen at the start of the year or covered by corporate sponsors. Our goal is to get that number down even further. Essentially we belive that the value of creativity and expression to be great enough that corporations can and should cover all of our operational costs, and when you spend money with us it will go towards getting you quality merchandise at competitive prices with the profits going towards the greater good.