Carl Sagan Series - Mote of Dust Art Print

Carl Sagan Series - Mote of Dust Art Print

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An art print created from an original illustration.
Get the full Sagan Series of 3 prints for the price of 2.

The Inspiration
In 1990, astronomer Carl Sagan requested that the Voyager 1 space probe turn around to take a photo of the Earth from 3.7 billion miles away. The Earth looked like a tiny speck, barely visible against the vast darkness of space. Sagan wrote a truly beautiful response to this image, about how everything and everyone we've ever known has existed "on a mote of dust, suspended in a sunbeam." That quote has always stuck with me and offered me comfort and perspective.

8 x 10" & 16 x 20"
Not framed or mounted

8 x 10: Full-color print on 100% cotton (tree free) premium card stock
16 x 20: 2-color screen print on heavy midnight blue paper

8 x 10: Ships flat in a protective sleeve
16 x 20: Ships rolled in a poster tube

Styling Ideas
This print is a perfect feature piece. It can make a wonderful first impression on an entry-way console table. It also functions beautifully alongside the other 2 complementary prints in the Carl Sagan series.

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