Heralding in an Age of Space Exploration with Futuristic Art
“Would mankind learn to cherish everything they possess without death?”
New York City, New York Sep 23, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Agnes My Universe is the long-awaited brand of an artist that trades in the night sky. Having created several cosmos-inspired prints over the years, growing demand has left them with no option but to share their artwork – but there’s a tantalizingly irresistible destructive and unprecedented twist.
The eternal, finite, and finding beauty in that which ends – us and the universe included – this cosmic artist readies for take-off.
“Agnes My Universe” is the new label under which the artist will be sharing her collections. Crafting their creations to mimic the fleeting nature of life and the universe at large, the art is limited-edition by nature and conviction. After 50 editions of each design are sold, the artist erases the original print from existence, leaving the existing prints as the only proof of a blueprint.
Appearing in several prestigious art fairs and exhibitions, Agnes My Universe’s creations have understandably caused quite the stir on the fine arts scene. Rare is the artist who promises to destroy their carefully-curated creations – but Agnes My Universe isn’t your conventional creator. Capturing imaginations worldwide, their designs make us stand in awe, but it’s their ‘why’ that leaves us astounded.
As a species, we’re on the cusp of greater things. Once again, we’re setting our sights to the cosmos and dreaming of what could be. Faraway places call to us as space agencies worldwide set their rocket jets ablaze.
But for now, we’re left with our feet firmly on the ground – that doesn’t mean we can’t dream. If we can’t go to it, art will bring it to us.
The idea is revolutionary: Agnes My Universe cuts a slice from the night sky and lands it firmly among us. In doing so, the artist stands alone in their field. Such accurate depictions of the night sky have never been crafted with such artistic merit previously.
What’s more, their art refreshingly does not aim to ‘know’; instead, it indulges the unknown, inviting you to feel part of the bigger picture.
Innovative Lumachrome Trulife acrylic is used in the crafting of prints, making them incredibly long-lasting. Anti-yellowing varnish is also used during the process, with an aim to lengthen the lives of the prints while limiting the burden on restorers.
The prints vary in size. However, the creation and printing method is used for all. And, honoring the artist’s ironically down-to-earth approach to art, their prints are available for purchase by any individual who wishes to own a piece of the night sky and what is touted to be art history.
Each nebula print is a medley of vibrant colors and intricate detailing, that’s enhanced by high saturation and graduation for a truly magical true-to-life effect.
Comprising Agnes My Universe’s exclusive collections are prints with vivid names such as “Glowing Radiance,” “Scintillating Wonder,” and “Resplendent Passion. The prints are finished with sleek and contemporary white floating frames of 0.75 depth and 0.25 width.
TruLife(R) Acrylic reduces glare, while the metallic printing surface leverages natural light to enhance the prints’ detailing. Going further, the artist offers Free Mock-Ups to allow buyers to visualize their prints on their walls.
And if art collectors and fans would like to get their hands on them – they better move fast. As mentioned above, there are only 50 editions of each print available.
And to conclude, this is an artist that stands out in her field in more ways than just one. Keenly aware of her relative rarity as a woman in her specific art domain, the artist aims to blaze a trail that can be followed while providing female artists with a precedent to set their own tone.
In other words, print by print, Agnes My Universe is carving out its place in the artistic universe – watch this space.
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