Dan Carter The Opus
A gigantic, limited edition Opus that celebrates the most illustrious career in the history of rugby played on the international stage.
“I just hope my Opus will inspire the next generation to work that little bit harder and believe in themselves in whatever their chosen goal, be it academic or in a sporting arena.”
In collaboration with Dan the Opus team have created the most intimate reflection on a player that many believe to be the greatest of all time.
Weighing-in with a combined weight of 18kg, the Opus is presented in a luxury, handmade, cloth-covered magnetic presentation case, adorned with an iconic image of Dan Carter..
The size of the Opus has to be seen to be truly appreciated, with each of the 362 pages measuring a gargantuan 62cm x 45cm.
Signed Limited Edition
Dan Carter The Opus is limited to 112 copies and each copy will include a specially designed sheet that has been personally signed by Dan and include a swatch of Dan’s game worn shirt from the 2008 meeting with England at Twickenham.
The Opus features a collection of unique and exclusive portraits of Dan Carter that have never been published before.
Foreword by Siya Kolisi
From one rugby player to another, the Opus features a personally-written foreword by Siya Kolisi, Springbok World Cup Winning Captain.
The cover is adorned with a 5mm thick, 25cm tall, chrome polished steel motif that illustrates Dan’s unique kicking style.
Dan Carter The Opus is narrated by Dan Carter himself. It takes the audience on a journey through all 112 games played for the All Blacks, where he shares his thoughts and memories of key moments, illustrated with breath-taking photographs displayed in a giant format. In a career where he become the most capped fly half of all time and scoring a record-breaking 1,598 points, his fellow teammates and opponents comment on the greatest number 10 who won successive Rugby World Cup titles in 2011 and 2015.
Luxury Photographic Prints
The Opus also comes with a three beautiful 12” x 16” photographic prints, presented on heavy-duty archival paper stock with a satin finish. Each print is numbered by hand to match the edition number of the related Opus.