Hand of God
Andy is a Houston, TX based photographer specializing in travel, outdoor lifestyle, and commercial advertising. Andy started this career from his love for nature and adventure. Having lived, studied, and traveled in different countries, he found a passion to document the wonderful diversity and vibrance in landscape, culture, and people with his camera. When not traveling, Andy works as an ICU nurse in one of the largest medical centers of the world.
Paper: 300 GSM weight, 100% Cotton Rag composite with a delicate texture and bright white matte finish. It's certified archival by an accredited third party for 100+ years display life and is acid, lignin, and OBA free.
Printing: Made using a high quality Giclée technique. This process allows us to capture the essence of the photograph in the highest fidelity. That said, some photographs were taken on film and therefore may show grain. It makes the photo unique and it is part of why we love it. We thought it best to let you know. Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions.
Frames: High-quality gesso-coated stock (or natural wood) with a shatterproof anti-glare acrylic. Depending on size, either a wire or sawtooth mount is employed for a seamless hanging experience.
Shipping: Items are made to order and typically ship within 3-4 business days.
Returns: As every order is made custom for you, we are not able to accepts returns at this time. In the rare instance there's a damage during shipping - just reach out to us - we'll make it right.
I love it! So clean and bright. It was packaged really well for shipment - something you always worry about when purchasing artwork online! I love that it was ready to hang.
This photo truly the most unique and interesting pieces I've come across. As I was searching for new apartment decor, everything felt so monotonous and generic until I came across this piece.
The print selection is excellent and the quality of the print/frames are great especially as I'm starting to build a gallery wall. I'll be sure to check out Midnight Station again the next time I look for artwork.