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Several million young stars are vying for attention in this NASA Hubble Space Telescope image of a raucous stellar breeding ground in 30 Doradus, located in the heart of the Tarantula Nebula. Early astronomers nicknamed the nebula because its glowing filaments resemble spider legs. 30 Doradus is the brightest star-forming region visible in a neighboring galaxy and home to the most massive stars ever seen. The nebula resides 170,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a small, satellite galaxy of our Milky Way. No known star-forming region in our galaxy is as large or as prolific as 30 Doradus. The image reveals the stages of star birth, from embryonic stars a few thousand years old still wrapped in cocoons of dark gas to behemoths that die young in supernova explosions. 30 Doradus is a star-forming factory, churning out stars at a furious pace over millions of years. Hubble shows star clusters of various ages, from about 2 million to about 25 million years old.The massive stars are carving deep cavities in the surrounding material by unleashing a torrent of ultraviolet light, which is etching away the enveloping hydrogen gas cloud in which the stars were born. The image reveals a fantasy landscape of pillars, ridges, and valleys. Besides sculpting the gaseous terrain, the brilliant stars also may be triggering a successive generation of offspring. When the radiation hits dense walls of gas, it creates shocks, which may be generating a new wave of star birth.The colors represent the hot gas that dominates regions of the image. Red signifies hydrogen gas and blue, oxygen.


It's inspiration of the interior kind.



 

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Pieces over 50" come with a professional wireless hanging system and dust
cover pre-installed. Pieces 50" & under include a beehive support mount which installs
in just a few minutes; all you need is a screwdriver and a hammer.
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What is a Canvas Print?

A canvas print is a digital image that has been carefully color corrected and printed on fine art canvas paper, similar to what is used on paintings. The result is stunning: a hybrid mix between a digital image and a vibrant painting.

What is a Gallery Wrap? How Thick Is It?

A gallery wrap is a canvas print that has been professionally UV coated and then hand-stretched around a custom built internal wooden frame (see below for thickness options). This delicate frameless process creates what is known as a Fine Art Gallery Wrapped Canvas Print.

Where are Epic Wall Art Pieces Produced?

Every Epic Wall Art piece is custom made to order in our North Carolina Workshop!

Why Are Gallery Wrapped Canvas Prints Superior to Regular Prints?

Gallery wrapped canvas prints are superior to a framed picture for several reasons; with a canvas, there is never any glare - the more light that hits them, the brighter they appear. Further, they are much lighter in weight compared to a heavy glass-framed print, which can be a major issue when attempting to ship and hang extremely large (epic) sized pieces. Further, the 1.5" sides of the piece can be custom tailored to best suit your specific piece and decor theme (see below for additional frame options).

How do I hang my Epic Wall Art Piece?

Every piece over 60"(and some smaller) now come hanging hardware. The hardware depends on the size and weight of the piece - for most pieces bigger than 50", the new Wireless Hanging system is included.

Do You Have A Guarantee? If So, What Is it?

Take comfort and confidence in knowing that every canvas sold on EpicWallArt.com is backed by an unrivaled 100% satisfaction guarantee. This guarantees not only that your piece will arrive in flawless condition, but that you will be satisfied by the color and overall quality of the artwork, or your money back. This guarantee extends for a full year from your purchase date - in case you don't catch a flaw or defect right away.

What if I Don't like my Artwork or if There is a Defect?

Relax - your purchase is guaranteed 100%. If you're not happy with your print for any reason, Dave will send you a replacement canvas for no additional cost. (you may be required to send a swatch of the defective canvas to prove it has been destroyed.) If you're still not satisfied with your purchase, he'll eat the entire cost of the order and refund your full purchase price. *NOTE* this does not cover refunds because the piece doesn't "fit" with your decor. Always request a free 3D conceptualization prior to buying to ensure fit with your design theme.

How Long Will it take for My New Piece to Arrive?

All orders usually take about 7-11 business days to arrive; in extreme cases and during major holidays, it can be up to three weeks. (You will receive email notifications with your Fedex Tracking # as soon as your canvas ships.) Rush shipping is available at an additional $50 and will guarantee your canvas within one week. To request rush shipping, simply select it during shipping options at checkout.

What are your International Shipping Options?

Canada residents pay just $30 flat-rate shipping; Australia is $25 for orders under $250. For buyers outside of these countries, options are still available: you can purchase a rolled canvas and then have it stretched and mounted by a local frame shop, OR for $199 you can purchase the digital image file and print it however you'd like!