Luminaries is a study in symmetry, contrast and flow, with a palette inspired by the twelve full moon names. Owning a Luminary enables you to request a signed print for an additional fee.
Each Luminary is composed of moons in various phases. Their layout derived from a handful of geometries. They contrast with their surroundings: filled with glittering stars, inky strokes or solid colour.
Backgrounds can split along lines of symmetry – with dark and light contrasting as strokes seamlessly flow across the two halves.
Luminaries are alive. They’re in retrograde once a month, a day in which you’ll see yours in a new light.
Collection Size: 158. One for each of the confirmed moons in our solar system.
Palettes: 12 + 1. One for each of the full moons plus a rarer secret palette: Wolf, Snow, Worm, Pink, Flower, Strawberry, Buck, Sturgeon, Harvest, Hunter, Beaver, Cold, ????.
Retrograde: day of the month that your Luminary will change for one day only.
Each Luminary consists of one to three moons. Each moon can appear in a different phase.
Depending on the number of moons, there are a number of different layouts: from the lonely one moon, two moons in conjunction or elongation and three moons in conjunction, elongation or quadrature.
Backgrounds may be solid or split along lines of symmetry. As strokes cross the split they contrast seamlessly.
Backgrounds may be a solid colour, a starry galaxy or a mix of both.
Palettes were inspired by the names of the twelve full moons. There is also an additional secret palette which is rarer than the other twelve. You will know it when you see it.