Frank Darabont

Frank Darabont

"Ghana Children #1"
Donated on October 31, 2012
Edition size: 3
Print number: 1
16" x 20" print

Archival Pigment Ink on 100% cotton rag paper
Limited Edition of 3 prints
Print includes Certificate of Authenticity
Certificate of Authenticity includes original artist signature
Quoted dimensions are for paper size not image size
All prints have .5 inch border for framing
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"This is a photo that I took of children in Jamestown, Ghana. Jamestown is a district of Accra, the capital city of Ghana, Africa. I was there with a production team about eight years ago scouting locations for a movie. Being that we were obviously not from around there, we were an object of great curiosity to the local children. They followed us around all day Pied Piper-style. What struck me about these kids was their beautiful and lively spirits: some were shy and some were outgoing, but all were so friendly and welcoming in spite of the poverty in which they lived. I found them simply enchanting. That they accompanied us throughout the afternoon made the day very special." -Frank Darabont

*Once these 3 prints sell out the photograph will no longer be available in our Signature Series. This Frank Darabont print is also available in our Collection and includes a Letter of Authenticity with a printed artist signature.

frankFrank Darabont:

This three-time Oscar nominee was born in a refugee camp in MontbĂ©liard, France to Hungarian parents. Frank grew up in Los Angeles and has been working as a film director, screenwriter, and producer for almost 30 years. His Oscar nominations include Best Adapted Screenplay for The Shawshank Redemption and Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay for The Green Mile. Recently, Frank developed and wrote the TV series The Walking Dead.