|Prints issue||LIMITED EDITION 26 prints ONLY|
|Original picture||Glass Plate|
|Collection||Noir et Blanc|
|New products||New works|
All the wet plate ferrotype photos taken by the author are available in only 26 copies, divided according to the formats. The work is composed of a real Chromalux print with plate overhangs included, which is visually similar to a glass plate, encased in an shadow gap frame in matte dark gray steel.
Location: Southwest, France
This MOSS is part of what is now called the neo-retro category.
The name and heritage of MOSS Motors stems from Stirling Moss, who wanted his rival to Colin Chapman's Lotus 7 in the late 1950s – early 1960s. The model's name Monaco, comes from the fact that it won the GP in 1956 on a Maserati 250F, of which the Moss Monaco is somehow an evocation.