From the artist
"Getting lost on Pinto Canyon Road just outside of Marfa, TX. One of my most favorite drives is Pinto Canyon Road headed into Southwest Texas. The vastness of land and empty highway fills up my soul."
A native Texan, photographer and film editor. Photography has always been a passion of Andreas. He is always interested in finding a story with composition, light, and expression; capturing that tangible moment in time.
XS — Image Size: 9” x 6”; Frame Size: 13.25” x 10.25"
S — Image Size: 14” x 9.3”; Frame Size: 19.5” x 15"
M — Image Size: 20” x 13.3”; Frame Size: 26.5” x 20"
L — Image Size: 28” x 18.6”; Frame Size: 34.5” x 25.5”
XL — Image Size: 39” x 26”; Frame Size: 46” x 33”
Executive — Image Size: 50” x 33.3”; Frame Size: 57” x 40.3”
Our paper is a 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.
Our prints are 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.
Our frames are a 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.
Our prints are made using a high quality Giclée technique. This process allows us to capture the essence of the photograph in the highest fidelity. Our paper is a 300 GSM weight, 100% Cotton Rag composite with a delicate texture and bright white matte finish. All Midnight Station frames are a high-quality gesso-coated stock (or natural wood) with a shatterproof anti-glare acrylic.ABOUT US
Midnight Station is collection of artists, illustrators, painters and photographers from every corner of the globe. While some of us create part-time and others are regularly featured in publications, museums, and the like - we are united in our love of creating - and in sharing - our work.