Munich: Prestel, 2009. Collector's edition. Hardcover. Signed Peter Hugo on title page and verso of C-Print, hand-numbered on verso of print and limitation leaf 138/150. Quarto. 32pp., 40 plates. Black faux-leather with color photograph laid into debossed square and gilt lettering on cover and spine. Red endpapers and text pages. Color C-Print and limitation leaf laid into black wraps portfolio with gilt lettering on cover. Housed in black paper-covered slipcase with gilt lettering on cover. C-Print is captioned: Song lyke with Ebube, Thand God and Mpompo. Enugu, Nigeria, 2008.
With storyboard in 10 frames: Omar Sharif Comes To Nollywood by Chris Abani, an essays on Nollywood, the Nigerian video film industry, by Zina Saro-Wiwa and Stacy Hardy. Illustrated with a series of fourty full page color photographs prseeded by the J. G. Ballard quote: "What our children have to fear is not the cars on the highways of tomorrow but our own pleasure in calculating the most elegant parameters of their death." Contains section with captioned thumbnail prints included in this publication at rear. Fine condition. Item #49698