NEOWISE over Mount Shasta, print
“Seen from Earth, a comet is a prodigy, coming out of the void for no reason, returning to the void for no reason. They call it unpredictable because they cannot predict it. From the comet’s own point of view, nothing could be simpler. It starts in the outer darkness, aims directly at the sun, and never stops till it gets there. Everything else spins in its same orbit forever. The comet heads for the source. They call it crooked because it is too straight. They call it unpredictable because it is too fixed. They call it chaotic because it is too linear.” - Scott Alexander
We want our prints to look and feel like an original piece of artwork, and so we’ve put a lot of effort into finding the perfect paper and printing process to offer a product that gives you that experience! We use Hahnemuhle Museum Etching paper, a heavy, textured paper with a velvety surface that museums use for reproductions. We print using the giclée printing process, which creates a vivid image that leaps off the paper. The end result is a product with the quality of an original, for the price of a print!
Reproduction of original artwork by Wolf + Bear
Materials: Giclée print on textured, 100% cotton, natural white, matte, archival Hahnemuhle Museum Etching, 350 gsm paper
Size: 8x8 inches
Individually signed by the artist
Please note: We are only a two person team. We process all of our own prints and hand-embellish them (if needed) at the time of order, so please be patient while we prepare your lovely little piece of artwork for shipment!