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*** 39 Left on Wednesday 24th April 2024 ***

 

'Per Aspera Ad Astra' means 'Through Hardship To The Stars' in Latin. I love the macro shots here showing the beauty of the gold ink and die-stamped printing process, an ancient printing technique that embosses the design from an engraved copper plate. This piece is exceptionally pretty in real life; I don't think anybody will be disappointed with it in the flesh.

 

Die-Stamped Warm Gold Ink on 540 gsm Midnight Blue Colourplan Paper. This mini-print measures 150mm X 105 mm (approximately 5.9 X 4.1 inches.) Edition of 180, initialled & numbered by the artist.

 

Please note these prints are handmade by one of the best printers in the UK. I have pushed this beautiful printing technique to the limit. If you look very closely, you'll notice that slight imperfections are part of the charm of this artwork. I am delighted with the results, each print is unique, but if you're looking for perfect printing, something else might be for you.

Per Aspera Ad Astra - Gold on Midnight Blue (39 Left)

£22.00Price
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