Display variations

Option to choose between passepartout or floating deckled-edge variation.

Both are printed on Hahnemühle FineArt paper.

Editions

Premium Edition - 6 prints
70 cm wide

Collectors Edition - 3 prints
120 cm wide

Exclusive Edition - 2 prints
150 cm wide

Artist Proof (AP) - 3 prints

Frame

Each print comes in a black ebony handmade frame and glare-free museum glass.

Custom options are available on request.

Price and availability

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All frames include 'Glare-free museum glass'.
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Background story

Mount Logan


Foreboding mountains stick through a solid layer of clouds. Mount Logan.

The highest peak in Canada and the second highest in North America, it's summit is nearly 6km / 20.000ft above sea-level.
Only climbed by a handful of people, Mount Logan is technically not one of the most difficult climbs but the extreme temperatures and remote location add to the challenges for climbers nonetheless.

Flying high in the stratosphere, this prominent ridge is a recognizable natural beacon for us pilots. Almost like a sign post that says 'Welcome in Canada' when we're passing by due east.

Mountains - Silverline Series


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My mission

Sharing the wonders from my cockpit


My unique perspective as a pilot allows me to share the poetic nature of flight and show the incredible beauty of our delicate planet from above