"Atlantis" Fine Art Print
This print is a minimal and chic way to elevate your space. The artwork stands out from any angle as the matte museum-quality paper diffuses the light.
• Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
• Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
• Giclée printing quality
• Opacity: 94%
• ISO brightness: 104%
In the enigmatic realm of my "Atlantis", a crimson orb reigns at the center of the scene, its symbolism weaving a tale untold. From its epicenter, elusive beings with trailing tendrils emerge, accompanied by mystical shadows that dance in secrecy. A vast expanse beneath conceals galaxies, while an enigmatic presence lurks to the right of the canvas, veiled in mystery.
The harmony within the watery depths of this extravagant and tranquil underwater world beckons, soothing the mind and unlocking the gateway to profound, almost meditative imagination.
I consider Atlantis to be among the most accomplished pieces in this collection, urging its appreciation in a spacious setting for the full impact. The juxtaposition of colors seamlessly adapts to any environment, design, and hue, inviting viewers to embark on a visual journey of wonder and contemplation.
The concept of Atlantis has been a subject of fascination and speculation for centuries. Atlantis is a legendary island first mentioned by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato in his dialogues "Timaeus" and "Critias." According to Plato, Atlantis was a powerful and advanced civilization that existed around 9,000 years before his own time.
The story of Atlantis involves a highly advanced society with great technological and cultural achievements. However, due to their corruption and hubris, the Atlanteans angered the gods, leading to their downfall. The island supposedly sank into the ocean in a catastrophic event.
It's important to note that Atlantis is widely considered a myth or allegory, and there is no concrete evidence supporting the existence of such a civilization. Many theories and speculations exist about the possible location of Atlantis, ranging from the Mediterranean to the Caribbean, but none have been proven.
The legend of Atlantis has inspired numerous works of literature, art, and popular culture, contributing to its enduring mystique and intrigue.