Collect your choice of gallery quality Giclée, or fine art prints custom trimmed by hand in a variety of sizes with a white border for framing.
Ptolemy, like Aristotle before him, stood firm in his belief that the Earth was the center of the Solar System. It was obvious: all stars, planets, the moon and the sun revolved around the Earth, how could he be wrong? To even suggest that the earth revolved around the sun was enough to incarcerate ancient astronomers, and in some cases condemn them to death. Yet out in space, the Sun churned and turned, indifferent to the squabbles of humanity in its youth. Behold the Sun of Ptolemy's nightmare: a wild grin, mad-eyed, and in complete control of little Earth and the rest of the celestial bodies that make up our solar system. Also in dire need of a dental plan.