Constellations print


An 11 x 14″ reproduction print of my Constellations pattern!


An archival giclee print of an original pattern of constellations! Whether you’re a stargazing scientist or horoscope mystic, there’s a whole lot written (and drawn) in the stars. This print captures the beauty and history of our relationship with the stars, detailing both the star diagram and the traditional narrative depiction of each constellation. Shown here is a curated pattern of 27 favorite constellations of both the northern and southern hemisphere, including Ursa Major, Virgo, Pegasus, Tucana, Gemini, both Corona constellations, and many more. The illustrations have a nostalgic, historical feel to them; each is hand-painted and labeled with its hand-lettered constellation name.

The print is a museum-quality inkjet reproduction, using Epson HDR Ultrachrome archival inks on heavy 100% rag (cotton) Moab Entrada natural white paper. Each print is signed and dated in pencil, but not numbered. Available in two sizes: 9 x 12 inches (22.8 x 30.4 cm) and 11 x 14 inches (27.9 x 35.6 cm)


This original artwork is copyright Chandler O’Leary 2015. Copyright is not transferable with the sale of this print. The buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.

This print is packaged in a clear poly sleeve and will ship flat in a protective mailer via United States Postal Service. WA state residents are subject to sales tax.

Additional information

Print size

11 x 14 inches. Fits a standard frame size in the U.S.

Print type

Digital giclee (museum-quality inkjet) reproduction. Printed using Epson HDR Ultrachrome archival inks.

Paper type

Moab Entrada natural white. 100% rag (cotton) paper, 300 gsm.

Edition size

Open edition (not limited). Prints are signed but not numbered.

Display info

Prints are unframed, but the paper is cut to U.S. standard frame sizes. The illustration is centered on the page, with a white border surrounding the image. This print was made from the best archival paper and inks available; it is able to last for generations. Any piece of artwork can fade if displayed improperly, however; for best results, display your print away from direct sunlight.