In July 1969, 3 men traveled to the moon with the mission of being the first humans to ever set foot on an extraplanetary body. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon and stepped into history, while Michael Collins flew their craft, the Apollo Command Module, Columbia in orbit around the moon, ensuring that they all made it back home to Earth safely. This print commemorates Collins, Aldrin, and Armstrong's achievements in lunar exploration with the image of the Command Module drifting, alone, above the lunar surface against a backdrop of the vastness of deep space.
These 12"x36" prints are from a hand numbered limited edition of 100 pieces, giclée printed on archival, acid/lignin free watercolor paper. The colors are vibrant and the printing is crisp.
I'll be offering these in small batches until they're gone, so if you want one, get it while it's here.