Buy Museum-Quality Photos With Magnum's Square Print Sale

By EyeEm Team - 3 min read

Magnum’s Square Print Sale is back. For only a few more days - the exclusive collection of museum quality, signed prints are available for you to purchase. This year’s theme of Obsessions brings together photographers from around the globe highlighting visual storytelling at its best.

This is a unique opportunity to pick up a professional print by some of the historic agency’s most renowned names and talent, at an affordable price. Purchase your very own 6-by-6-inch square prints, signed or estate-stamped, before the 14th June 2019.

Outstanding Quality Prints from Global Names Ready to Purchase

This year’s collection of photographs from the agency’s sought after archives explores the idea of Obsessions - images by Magnum photographers that highlight the topics, techniques and visual signatures that they have returned to compulsively throughout their careers.

“Magnum has, for more than 70 years, been defined by its members’ sense of authorship over their work, its dedication to visual expression and exploration, and its diversity of approach.” - Magnum Team

Don’t miss your chance to pick up a piece of history. Our editors have shared a small selection of their visual highlights. See the full #MAGNUMsquare collection and purchase your unique print here.

© Steve McCurry/Magnum Photos

© Carolyn Drake/Magnum Photos

© Thomas Hoepker/Magnum Photos

© Jim Goldberg/Magnum Photos

© Cornell Capa/ International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos

© René Burri/Magnum Photos

© Dennis Stock/Magnum Photos

© Cristina de Middel/Magnum Photos

© David Alan Harvey/Magnum Photos

© Danny Lyon/Magnum Photos

© Bruno Barbey/Magnum Photos

© Phillip Jones Griffiths/Magnum Photos

*‘Obsessions’ Magnum’s Square Print Sale runs from 8AM EST Monday June 10, 2019 until midnight EST Friday June 14, 2019. Signed or estate-stamped, museum-quality, 6x6” prints from over 70 artists will exceptionally be available for $100, for 5 days only, from shop.

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