MEXICO. Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. 1996.
MEXICO. Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. 1996. © Alex Webb / Magnum Photos
India. 2008. Ani and Suniera, Varkala. © Sohrab Hura /MAGNUM PHOTOS
G.B. ENGLAND. 1999. © Peter Marlow /MAGNUM PHOTOS
CUBA. HAVANA. MAY 10, 2015. From the in-progress youth and electronica series: “Paradiso.” © Michael Christopher Brown / Magnum Photos
USA. San Francisco. 1968. Janis JOPLIN performing at The Fillmore. ©Paul Fusco/Magnum Photos
ATLANTIC OCEAN. 1941. A crewman of a Cunard freighter signals another ship of an Allied convoy en route to Great Britain from the U.S. Their ship is carrying seven airplanes, two torpedo boats, and twelve passengers who agreed to travel at their own risk. The captain and his crew are Norwegian and have crossed the Atlantic many times during the war. Robert Capa © International Center of Photography / Magnum Photos
A little girl playing in Laxmi Chawl, a neighborhood of Dharavi. The little lightbulbs are put out for an upcoming neighborhood wedding. Dharavi is one of Mumbai’s biggest and longest standing slums. Home to somewhere between 600 000 and one million people, it is a beehive of recycling and manufacturing industries. However, Dharavi sits on prime real estate right in the heart of the booming megapolis, and is in close vicinity to the new Bandra-Kurla Complex, a new financial hub. Dharavi is now scheduled for redevelopment, meaning everything in the slum, for good and bad, is set to be demolished. © Jonas Bendiksen/Magnum Photos
USA. Coney Island. The aquarium. Watching a beluga. 1987. © JEAN GAUMY/MAGNUM PHOTOS
MEXICO. Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. 1996. © Alex Webb / Magnum Photos

What was the last thing you bought for $100? A pair of designer jeans? A fancy dinner, perhaps? How about a signed, limited-edition print from one of the 20th-century’s greatest photojournalists? During Magnum’s online print sale, you’ll have the chance to make a great addition (or beginning) to your art collection.

The square 6×6-inch archival prints are limited to an edition of the number sold within Magnum’s five-day sale. The photographs for sale represent the work of well-known photographers Robert Capa, Tim Hetherington, Elliot Erwitt and 50 others.

Although any of these prints would look great on your wall at home (not to mention a good investment) we were especially taken with Alex Webb’s photograph from his US-Mexico border work and Michael Christopher Brown’s portrait of Cuban lovers.

Up Close and Personal features the most intimate images from Magnum Photos, as interpreted by over 60 photographers and artists. Signed and estate stamped prints for $100 will be available for a limited time, from 9am on Monday November 9th until 6pm Friday November 13th, here.