Exceptional fine art prints
We print all our posters using Lucia Pro technology with 12 original pigment inks.
With ink droplets as small as 4 picolitres (that's 1,000,000 times smaller than a raindrop) our posters are of the highest possible quality.
Our latest generation wide format printers provide unparalleled colour reproduction and incredible durability, even over 100 years.
- Posters sold without frame . You will find the frames here
- Made in EU
- Exclusively German archival papers
- Each poster printed to order
- Fast shipping in 2-3 days
Posters from the Astronomy series show all eight planets in the solar system and 5 dwarf planets in the solar system. They were made, especially at our request, by the artist from Krakow as a second series, showing the same planets in a different, original perspective.
This poster shows Pluto, a dwarf planet in the solar system. It is the brightest object the Kuipe Beltra. It was discovered in 1930 by the American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh. From its discovery to 2006, Pluto was officially recognized as the ninth planet of the solar system. On August 24, 2006, the International Astronomical Union deprived Pluto of planetary status, which means that the Solar System has 8 planets. Pluto belongs to a wider group of trans-Neptunian objects. The plane on which it moves is heavily tilted to the plane of the ecliptic, with a highly eccentric orbit that is partly closer to the Sun than Neptune's. Pluto circulates at least five satellites, one of which, Charon, has only about half the diameter of its.