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Medium: Museo Portfolio Rag
More About This Edition:

+ This edition has holes in it! Die cuts mark the spots of the earth's largest meteorite impacts. Because the holes are custom-cut, the prints may take 2-3 additional days to ship.
+ Limited-edition, exclusive to 20x200

+ Museum quality: archival inks, 100% cotton rag paper unless noted

+ Signed + numbered certificate of authenticity included

+ Directly supports the artist

+ Handcrafted custom-framing is available

We do not alter the aspect ratio, crop, or resize the artists’ original images. Our standard edition prints have a minimum border of .5 inches to allow for framing. For these editions, our quoted dimensions are for the size of the paper containing the images, not the printed image itself. Our full-bleed edition prints have no margin, and out of respect to the original aspect ratio of the image, may differ slightly from the standard sizes listed.

Artist Statement


Kelli Anderson is a designer interested in exposing invisible forces at play in the world through humble means. Obsessed with “lo-fi magic”, she believes that handheld experiences can often effectively challenge our expectations about how the larger world works. Because of this, she is never not making mobiüs strips or musical paper objects.

Editor's noteThe precise hole placements correspond to the eleven largest meteorite collisions in Earth’s history, each of which would have been catastrophic had they not hit before there was human life on Earth. The collisions are iterated individually by name in the type toward the bottom of the print.


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Kelli Anderson is a designer who uses lo-fi magic to expose the invisible forces behind our world. She believes that simple physical materials can connect us to the principles that dictate even the most distant forces in our universe. She recently published This Book is a Planetarium—a pop-up book that explains scientific abstractions through interactive paper gadgets. Her TEDx talk on “Disruptive Wonder: The Hidden Talents of Everyday Things” and her paper record player wedding invitation project were both widely-enjoyed on the internet.