VOYAGER — Space Exploration Fine-Art Print
Are you inspired by space exploration? Display this Voyager artwork and start inspiring others!
As a boy I remember NASA launches were a big deal in my house. The whole family would gather around the television to watch the countdown and blastoff. The Voyager mission timeline starts when launched by NASA in the summer of 1977, the same year STAR WARS landed in theaters and I was mesmerized. The twin spacecraft Voyager 1 and Voyager 2, were sent on a planetary grand tour of Jupiter and Saturn and beyond. After decades of service, both spacecraft are now headed out of the solar system into interstellar space. Voyager mission status: still going.
Show your love for scientific exploration by proudly displaying this fine art print in your home. VOYAGER is the first in a new series of collectable SPACE EXPLORATION posters by illustrator Brian Miller available exclusively from Oktopolis. You can be among the first to add this new art to your collection.
This Museum-quality art print is illustrated by artist: Brian Miller (Star Wars, The X-Files, Doctor Who) and produced on heavy matte, acid-free, archival paper.
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Beautiful art you will be proud to display in your home.
Prints are carefully packed & shipped to you.
Museum-quality art prints made on thick and durable matte paper. A statement in any room, each art print is giclée-printed on archival, acid-free paper that yields brilliant color to brighten up any room.
Archival Quality and Environmentally Friendly
- Archival Quality Giclée Print Process
- Industry standard for High-Quality Fine-Art prints
- Fade resistant pigments for ultimate color clarity
Vibrant Fine-Art Papers
- Heavy 10.5 mil thick fine-art paper
- Rich Color pigments with a high 94% ISO opacity rating
- Printed on acid-free, PH neutral, archival quality base
- Matte finish
Handmade in the USA
- Quality-assured with thoughtfully sourced materials
Order today and become the inspiration for the next great NASA explorer!