Interstellar, 2020

By: JOE WEBB

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Interstellar by Joe Webb

The world can seem so chaotic and unpredictable at times. Looking at Earth from the vacuum of space you can’t help but be in awe of its beauty.

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3D Lenticular print

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Signed and numbered on reverse, accompanied by Certificate Of Authentication

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