Boca Raton

By Daily Overview

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  • 18 x 12 in. | Photography | Open Edition
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Description

The Lop Nur Potash Ponds are located in the Taklimakan Desert of China. The area is a dismal location for agricultural activity, yet the sandy landscape is rich with potash – a form of potassium salt that is a major nutrient for plant growth and a key ingredient in fertilizers. The salts are pumped to the surface from underground brines and dried in massive solar ponds that stretch across the landscape for more than 21 kilometres (13 miles). The bright colors that are seen here occur because the water is dyed blue, since darker water absorbs more sunlight and heat, thereby reducing the amount of time it takes for the water to evaporate and the potash to crystallize.

Daily Overview

Based in New York, New York. 

Daily Overview, an ongoing project founded by Benjamin Grant, was inspired by, and derives its name from, an idea known as the Overview Effect. This term refers to the sensation that astronauts experience when given the opportunity to look down and view the Earth from outer space. They have the chance to appreciate our home in its entirety, to reflect on its beauty and its fragility all at once. That’s the cognitive shift that we hope to inspire. The Overviews (what we call these images) focus primarily on the places and moments where human activity — for better or for worse — has shaped the landscape. The mesmerizing flatness seen from this vantage point, the surprising comfort of systematic organization on a massive scale, or the vibrant colors that we highlight will hopefully turn your head. However, once we have that attention, we hope you will go beyond the aesthetics, contemplate just exactly what it is that you're seeing, and consider what that means for our planet.

According to options you choose, mockup illustrations in the image display section helps you get an idea how big is the artwork.

Unless specified otherwise, sizes in the options are of images only.

For framing, width of frames is around 1 inch and width of padding is around 2 inch. So the final size of frame with mat is the size of image plus 6 inch; the final size of frame without mat is the size of image plus 2 inch. Frame or mat may cover each side of the image for 0.25 inch.

For face mount, sizes do not change.

Want to receive the artwork ready to hang? Choose our premium handmade framing.

Museum-grade materials include natural wood frames in modern style, anti-UV acrylic glass protecting the artwork, and conservation-grade acid-free mat board.

Comes with hardware kit for easy installation.

Want to receive the artwork ready to hang? Choose our premium handmade framing.

Exceptional detail, vibrance and clarity are obtained by the highest-industry-standard fine art printer with archival inkjet pigments on premium photo paper or cotton rag paper. The archival fine art print (giclee) exceeds posters and regualr digital C-prints and lasts 100 years, which meets museum standard.

Free shipping is included for domestic orders in the US. International orders would have addtional fee and please contact us before making payments.

Regualr unframed prints have 1 week lead time and arrive in 2 weeks. Framed prints have 2 week lead time and arrive in 3 weeks. Original works may be shipped faster than prints.

We guarantee the quality of our prints. If your order was shipped with a defect or arrived damaged, please contact us within 14 days of delivery.

Since most of works are print on demand, please make your choice carefully. We try our best to make the images represent the works accurately. If you are not satisfied, please contact us within 14 days of delivery, and we will refund it as store credit. Customer is responsible for shipping back the work. However, as we keep a very thin margin to provide lowest possible price, there is a 20% restock fee for artwork itself and a 30% restock fee for artwork with custom framing.

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