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Updated December 04, 2008.

Following is a list of products available from the Artsnova Zazzle store.

2009 Calendars

Following is a list of calendars for 2009 available for purchase.

Mars 2009 Calendar
Behold Mars 2009 Calendar

A coil-bound, full-color calendar featuring 12 images of Mars. The calendar is 14.5 by 22 inches. Images include Olympus Mons, the martian north pole, and Schiaparelli crater.

Earth Calendar 2009
Earth 2009 Calendar

A coil-bound, full-color calendar featuring 12 images of Earth from Earth orbit. The source photographs are from the Apollo missions to the Moon. The calendar is 11 by 17 inches.

Moon Calendar 2009
Moon Views 2009 Large Calendar

A coil-bound, full-color calendar featuring 12 digitally painted images of the Moon from lunar orbit. Source photographs used for the lunar images are from various Apollo missions. The calendar measures 14.5 by 22 inches.

Moon Calendar 2009
Moon Views 2009 Standard Calendar

A coil-bound, full-color calendar featuring 12 digitally painted images of the Moon from lunar orbit. Source photographs used for the lunar images are from various Apollo missions. The calendar measures 11 by 17 inches.

These and other products are a part of the Artsnova Gallery at zazzle.com


Fine Art Prints

No signed fine art prints are available for sale from the Mars Art Gallery. Signed fine art prints of Mars and other subjects are available from Artsnova. Archival papers and Ultrachrome inks are used to produce these prints to insure maximum longevity and image quality with each print being individually produced, inspected, and hand signed by the artist.


Commissioning Mars Art

Clients may commission their own art that features images of Mars. Commissioned art may be based on image data returned by any of the various missions to Mars. Alternatively, global digital paintings of Mars may be commissioned. These works are created using a combination of 2D and 3D graphics software. For details, visit Artsnova Commissioned Art Work.


2005 Jim Plaxco, www.marsartgallery.com