Winter Home

What most of Hokkaido looks like during Winter.

Hokkaido, Japan / 2020

I wonder what life is like out here in Winter. Waist-high snow every day, the cold, the isolation. Were people happy here? Would I be happy living here? What would it feel like? These were the musings running through my mind when I captured this at 1/8000th's of a second from the window of a speeding car.


Additional information

About the paper

A premium 260gsm, Lustre-finish photo paper from Japan has been chosen for this giclée print. Lustre is a great paper for deep blacks and highly saturated colours. It has a mild gloss to it, and can easily be hung up on its own, or framed.

For best results, please allow the prints to gently flatten out over a few days upon arrival before framing or hanging.


Please note that the prints do not come framed.

While every measure has been taken to ensure colour accuracy across every step of the journey, please note that there may be minor colour variances between the device you are viewing this website on and the actual physical print itself.

Due to the availability of different print sizes, varying aspect ratios have been chosen and your final print may or may not have minor cropping changes to ensure the best possible quality print. They are still, however, edge-to-edge and full-bleed.

Shipping info

Each print is made-to-order and carefully rolled and sent via shipping tubes.

As a baseline, please allow 1-5 business days for processing and printing, then add the appropriate timing depending on your location in the world.

USA, Europe, Australia - Between 1 to 2 weeks
Asia - Between 1 to 3 weeks
Rest of the world - Between 1 to 4 weeks

In most cases, for most orders, please allow at least 2 weeks for the end-to-end fulfilment time.

Please note that these times are estimates only and not a guarantee, especially with the global pandemic slowing postal times down worldwide.

Also note that we must ship to an actual address, PO boxes will not be accepted.

Shipping is not available for Cuba, Iran, Crimea, Syria, and North Korea unfortunately.