I had so much fun working on this. Researchers at Berkley and Harvard have discovered that despite being technically color blind, the octopus can "see" colors. the secret lies in the shape of their pupil. The odd shape helps their eye work like a prism, scattering white light and separating it into its component wavelengths. Once light has been separated, cephalopods can use physical tricks—for instance changing the depth of the eyeball, or altering the distance between lens and retina—to focus different wavelengths of light on the retina individually. This allows for colors to be discriminated.
This print comes on archival matte paper. Only 100 prints will be made regardless of size. Each, signed and numbered, comes mounted and protected in a cellophane bag. The print will also be available as a blank greeting card or printed on canvas (upon request).
The canvas print is stretched on 3/4" gallery wrap and with a wire hanger. It's very easy to install the canvas in a later frame of your choice and hang!