Build your own Cabinet of Curiosities collection with marine science art prints that bring to life the magic of the sea! This Upside-down Jellyfish Illustration was meticulously created with thousands of tiny dots (called stippling) to represent the molecular building blocks of life while infusing the art with a modern edge. Printed on the finest Canson Etching Rag Archival paper, your 8x10 print is signed and titled by me, Renee Phillips, and pre-mounted with Premium Jet Black mat board for easy framing. It is shipped with sturdy backing board, packaged in a protective clear art bag and packaged with the utmost care.
About the Upside-Down Jellyfish: Upside down is rightside up for this jelly —it rests its bell on the seafloor and waves its lacy underparts up toward the sun. Why? This jelly is a farmer. Its brownish color is caused by symbiotic algae living inside the jelly's tissues. By lying upside-down, the jelly exposes its algae to the sun, allowing it to photosynthesize. Sport your marine life knowledge through art dedicated to celebrating the beauty of Earths magical sea creatures.
Size details: Outer dimension Mat Size is 8x10 for easy framing. Mat window is 5x7
Additional sizes available. Please message me for details.
*Frame is not included
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