This is one of the first images captured by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST).
Courtsey of NASA - Full ackowledgement must go to NASA and the Space Telescope Science Institute' (STScI).
It is very much appreciated being able to use this iconic image.
Recently exhibited at New Scientist Live
18" X 32" depth Frameless Acrylic
What is the image??
The Pillars of Creation was named after the orginal iconic image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. This is a new version by the JWST. The pillars are interstellar gas and dust in the Eagle Nebula,7,000 light-years from Earth. It is a star-forming region with new stars being born at the tips of the pillars.
I have also imaged the Eagle Nebula and my image of the entire nebula (containing the Pillars) is available in the Chris Baker Collection. Why not have both!
(Full ackowledgement must go to NASA and the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI). It is very much appreciated being able to use this iconic image.
Gallery Sale JWST The Pillars of Creation 32" Acrylic
The image is sandwiched between layers with acrylic on the front surface giving a vibrant, glossy and beautiful result. These look very punchy in any room. 70+ years archival inks are used for printing, ensuring they do not fade and give a beautiful and long-lasting finish.
An aluminium sub frame on the back makes it sturdy and easy to hang, just requiring two screws. The art piece comes with a certificate, background information on the object and how it was photographed and a download card for the Galaxy on Glass music album.
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Your art is made to order. The Acrylic and Backlit pieces take about 4 weeks to make and ship and the Fine Art prints are shipped within a week. I will keep you updated and set a convenient delivery date. Delivery includes packing, shipping, insurance and any import tax. If you have a deadline date then just let me know by email and I’m sure I can help!