Lunar Stereographs II
Our delightful series of constellations pieces include remarkable reproductions of historic photographic prints and postcards from the V&A’s collection. This tremendous type of art incorporates lighting, shadows, and the intricacies of the moon and stars for everyone to appreciate. It contrasts black and white to depict the night sky in all of its glory.
The original photographs were captured by Warren De La Rue on his stereoscope back in the 1850s, making him one of the first astronomer photographers of this time period. De La Rue took impressive photographs of the moon across different months of the year, from a range of diverse geographical locations. He used a stereo viewer to bring an added element of depth to his work. This dedication to planetary exploration truly brought his photographs to life, which is impressively evident from his creations.
Quality and sustainability is incredibly important to us.
- We print using an Epson 12-colour printer, which has the greatest & most varied colour gamut on the market.
- Every design is printed on to Etching Cotton Rag 315 GSM art paper, and 285 GSM semi-gloss paper (for photography prints).
- All of our prints are printed with premium P Series pigmented ink which won't fade in daylight for at least 60 years.
- We plant one tree for every order through our website and send our framed orders in completely recyclable packaging. Find out more about our sustainability efforts.
We offer same-day shipping and have a return policy of up to 28 days after purchase.
We ship our orders on the same day as purchased (before 2pm) and they are usually delivered the next day (not including Sat & Sun). We're happy for you to return your order within 28 days of purchase.