"The planet’s clouds, with their intricate eddies and swirls, look like something out of Van Gogh’s Starry Night."

MARINA KOREN - The Atlantic

Jupiter's Colorful Cloud Belts

Limited Print of 100

$350 / Free Shipping

  • 16x20 Framed Limited Print of Jupiter
  • Limited Print of 100!
  • Black Archival Frame with White Mat
  • Minimalist narrow molding
  • Metal in Satin-black finish
  • Double thick white mat and 2 ply white mount
  • UV Glazed Glass and Anti Aging Liner
  • Dimensions: 1 x 19 x 20.2 inches
  • Item Weight: 4.2 pounds
  • *Custom moldings available for an additional fee
  • *Taxes calculated at checkout
  • You are going to love this print! I am fascinated by NASA and the breathtaking images they are releasing!
  • Edited and Curated
  • Dennis Fiore
  • JUNOCam - PERIJOVE 10
  • Original Image Processing
  • Kevin M. Gill
  • Jupiter - PJ10-34
  • NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill
  • Hardware included!
    We include nails and hanging hardware with every framed print.
  • Here is a Great "How to" Article!

    https://www.framebridge.com/blog/how-to-hang-your-art


    Step 1: Decide where you'd like to hang your piece. In general, we suggest hanging your art so that the vertical center (the middle of the frame) is 57" above the floor. 



    Step 2: Gather your supplies. You will need a hammer, a level (or a friend with good eyes), a pencil, and a tape measure or ruler.



    Step 3: We include nails and hanging hardware with every frame. Grab the nail that we sent with your order.



    Step 4: Time to hang. Take a look at the back of your piece to determine what hanging hardware you have. Depending on the size of your frame your piece will come with different hardware for optimal support. Click on the type of hanging hardware you’re working with for specialized tips on how to hang each piece.



    https://www.framebridge.com/blog/how-to-hang-your-art

    Read full article from Framebridge

    "How to" Video

Questions? Custom orders avalible upon request!

We would love to hear about spaces you are working on, comments about our work, and introductions with our team.