Time Capsule Print

Time Capsule Print

Time Capsule Print


8×10 color print of a space-botanist on a surprise return trip to Earth!


Product Description

This is a digital print of an original illustration, drawn while thinking about how evolution would diverge in populations separated by vacuum. I’m imagining how species from earth may respond to living in space station habitats, on generation ships, in planetary domes…and how they’d eventually differ from populations on earth as our own climate changes. In this image, a stranded scientist is looking out the window of their craft at earth’s surface for the first time in many years. This print is 8×10 inches, and comes in a clear plastic sleeve with cardboard backing.

Meet the Maker

Hi friends, I'm Jam! I draw creatures, plants, buildings, things I find on the sidewalk, and unhinged still-life tableaus. For the last three years, I've worked as a family educator during free drop-in family programming at the Garfield Park Conservatory, making art in my free time. While I can't participate as directly right now, I still want to create work that helps people engage with urban biodiversity.  Shifting my focus to art full-time means I will be able to tackle larger projects that I've been working towards, such as self-published comics, character design, and larger multi-media works. Additionally, I love an excuse to participate in my multi-generational family vocation of mailing people weird art!

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