On Wednesday, June 5th, I’m inviting you to join me as we take the wrappers off my first art book: SEVEN. It’s a small event, just me (and my fantastic team), my new book, and a chance to have a glass of wine or cup of coffee in Vancouver’s fantastic Gastown.
If you wanted a chance to pick up a book locally without the shipping charges, or for me to personalize it for you, or just a chance to come hang out without spending a penny, then this is that chance. The only catch is that our venue, one of my favourite coffee shops, isn’t going to grow with the size of the crowd, and not knowing how many people are coming would put Corwin into the fetal position in a corner, so we’re ticketing (completely free, but bring a few bucks for a drink) the event. In other words: space is very limited and you need a reservation. You can do that right here with the link above.
I’d love to see you there. Books will be on-hand and I’ll be resting my left hand so it’s ready for signing the night away. Come. I’d love to meet you and share this with you.
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Have fun at the Seven launch party!
I wish I could have been there.
But I would like to say hi next time I am in Vancouver. Your photos and your writing are great sources of inspiration!
I can’t wait for the book…
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Looking forward to attending the launch event David; would it be possible to arrange to pickup the pre-ordered special limited edition version (100 copy version) from you there rather than having it shipped out?
Sure thing, Craig. Just let Corwin know you’re coming and want to do this. corwin (at) craftandvision dot com
Congratulations! I can’t wait to get mine. I wish I could make it up to Vancouver for your launch… maybe for another event sometime.
Sounds like a great event & a fitting way to mark your achievement. Wish I could make it, but will raise an espresso in your honour from the other side of the world.
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I would so love to come to your book launch, I am slightly closer than normal as I will be in Venice (*sigh*) instead of my usual abode in Australia. Have a wonderful night, and thanks for the inspiring photography & words.
I just can’t wait for your new book! Greetings from Poland!
ehh, i wish i live in Canada or somewhere near there… 🙁
have a great party David 🙂
PS. Marek – greetings from Poland 2U2 🙂
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Best wishes for the launch from Northern Ireland.
I wish I lived closer than Tennessee to Vancouver and I would stop by! Congratulations on the book! I will have to add it to my budding collection of your books.
How much without shipping? I don’t mind you handling it….
$90 even if you’re at the event. Would be cool to see you again.
We shall see how my evening turns out. I was doing some concert photos a few blocks from there the other night at the Rickshaw Theater. Depending if I have some extra cash I may hopefully pick up a copy… unless I have already picked up one of those Singh-Ray filters and depleted my gear fund again 🙂
I wish I was in Vancouver and not Toronto so I could be there. So excited to be getting the book soon though. Enjoy David.
I would love to join, but living in Switzerland makes Vancouver not laying just around the corner. Anyway I’m then cleaning out hiking tracks 😉
Too bad I don’t live just one state closer to the Canadian border. What a treat it would be to experience this fun moment with you!
Indeed it would, Steven! 🙂
Oh I so wish I lived in Canada 🙁
I know you will have a great night and again I congratulate you on such a rewarding and exciting venture.
I live in Canada, but I wish I was 5,466 km closer.