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Photocompellia (light-gatherer) by willsantino
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Photocompellia (light-gatherer) Framed Art Print

Photocompellia (light-gatherer) Framed Art Print

Photocompellia (light-gatherer) Framed Art Print
Photocompellia (light-gatherer) Framed Art Print
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Photocompellia (light-gatherer) by
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The Scoop frame is made from solid wood with a contemporary, scooped profile measuring 1.06" wide x 1.06" deep. A gesso coating gives the moulding rich color and a smooth finish. Premium shatterproof acrylic protects the art print, while an acid free dust cover on the back provides a custom finish. Includes wall hanging hardware. Framed fine art print on natural white, matte, ultra smooth, 100% cotton rag, acid and lignin free archival paper using an advanced digital dry ink method to ensure vibrant image quality.
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The Photocompellia (light-gatherer) lives in the vitreous humour, an enormous glacial hall in the labyrinth of our eyes. It collects the photons that bombard our retina, turning their chaos into order. Turning non-sense into sense. Maximilian Van Duult, who coined the term Photocompellia in 1662, once wrote, in a letter to his favorite weathervane, "What explanation is there for Blindness, besides Extinction?" Close your eyes. Consider.

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