A couple are wed. A baby is born. The Earth turns, the sky shifts. Capture it.
Each moment, the stars, the planets, the sun, the moon, and the galaxy align themselves into a one-of-a-kind celestial pattern. This sky map captures that moment on paper.
The rectangular print is 14 inches tall and 11 inches wide, with names and the dates prominently displayed across the bottom in a clean, modern font.
The square print is 11 inches on a side, and the location and date are tucked along the curve of the sky.
Framed, the piece is 19 inches across. The frame is a dark brown wood, with a white-and-black mat.
I include a personalized guide with each chart—a few paragraphs that describe both my methods and the map’s symbols.To create yours, I’ll need to know the date, location, time of day, and text to display:
Using astrophysical databases and my own custom algorithms, I place the stars, planets, moon, and sun precisely onto this paper sky. The result is the entire dome of the heavens captured as a star chart.