I was recently commissioned to turn three of my images of the final missions of Discovery, Endeavour and Atlantis into wall art. Pictured above is a 3D representation of the commissioned Space Shuttle canvasses. This image does not feature 100% accurate placement of the images, but is close enough to give the feel of how the actual canvasses will look on a wall.
The first image is Atlantis during the rollout to the pad for STS-135. The second image is the launch of Endeavour shot from less than 1,800-feet away during the launch of STS-134. And the final image is Discovery returning to Earth and about to touch down for the final time to complete STS-133.
Here is the technical info about the canvasses. The two end pieces are 20″x16″ canvasses and the middle one is a 25″x18″ canvas. The canvasses are wrapped around a 1.5-inch wood frame and ready for hanging. I’d normally charge $450-$500 for the group, however, with a multi-quantity order discount, I can offer them for $350 by placing it at the same time as the original commission.
Admittedly these canvas prints are not cheap, but if anyone is interested in having their own set, either use the Buy Now option below or contact me by Oct. 21 at mchaseclark @ gmail.com to get the discounted rate. And yes, eventually I also will be making individual prints on photo paper available as well.
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