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Winner of the Astronomy Photographer of the Year, Annie Maunder Prize for Image Innovation 2021.
The Cassini missions brought back some astounding imagery from our solar system. I have used a selection of the CICLOPS team's photographs of Saturn to create this piece. The patterns formed by Saturn, its rings and its moons are truly magnificent. The photographs have echoes of architecture, nature, art and design and are just as artistically inspirational as they are crucial for scientific study. I edited a number of their most spectacular images before ordering the photographs into a grid pattern and into this particular way to have remnants of familiar and stable imagery but in a fractured and disrupted way, with undertones of science fiction symbolism.
"The grace of Saturn and its magnificent rings still remains even when presented as a shattered into smithereens angular jigsaw. A striking piece of art which would look fantastic taking up the entire wall of a skyscraper lobby."
- Jon Culshaw, Comedian, Impersonator and Regular Guest on The Sky at Night.
"Thank you to Leonardo Di Maggio for the shoutout to CICLOPS through his artful presentation of our images...I'm a big fan of black and white, which draws the eye towards the abstract nature of structure and geometry."
-Carolyn Porco, Cassini Imaging Lead, National Geographic Eliza Scidmore Awardee and Planetary Scientist.
"This image looks so incredibly different from how we normally see Saturn, the jewel of the Solar System. From spheres and rings to jagged edges and jarring curves, these close-up views of Saturn and its moons highlight the planet in new and innovate ways."
- Emily Drabek-Maunder, Astrophysicist and Senior Manager of Public Astronomy at Royal Museums Greenwich.
“A spectacular dance between science and art. We associate Saturn with its timeless rings, but the quasi-cubist treatment, with its awkward angles, provided a refreshing perspective that really captured the jury’s imagination.”
- Imad Ahmed, a Astronomy Photographer of the Year Competition Judge and Director of the New Crescent Society.
"I love this fractured picture of Saturn's rings and how it disrupts the way we're looking at an image we are very familiar with, and yet despite the disordered way the pieces are put back together, the same familiarity still comes through. I could not stop thinking about this image for days"
- Melissa Brobby, journalist, science communicator and Astronomy Photographer of the Year Judge.
Celestial Fracture is available to purchase on a Limited Edition print run, there are two options.
The first option is a Limited Edition print run of 50 prints.
These prints are 16x20 inches, are signed and numbered and come in a roll tube ready to frame at your convenience.
The price of this option is £150 inclusive of worldwide postage.
The second option is the Collectors Edition that is limited to only 2 prints.
These prints are 40x50 inches, singed and numbered and also come in a roll tube ready to frame.
The price for this option is £850 inclusive of worldwide postage.
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