Apocalipse Heater


Apocalipse Heater

from 35.00

While browsing around the outside of an antique shop named Three French Hens in Nolansville, Tennessee I ran across an antique electric heater.  I liked its discoloration and shape as it reminded me of some items from the farm where I grew up.  When I had a chance to do a little research on it I quickly found absolutely no references to it online, however, I did uncover a great deal of information about preparing for the Zombie Apocalypse.  I now know how to stay warm during it, how to produce my own electricity, and generally, how to survive it.  However, I know absolutely nothing about this heater and the company that made it. Oh, well.  It is amazing the rabbit trails you run down when searching the Internet.

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Print Sizes
Prints come in the most common sizes to keep it simple and cost effective in framing and displaying them.  Each image is finished and mounted on a 5x7, 8×10, 11×14, 16×20, 20x24 or 24x30 mounting board that may be easily put into a standard frame.  The exact print area is slightly smaller to allow a clean, natural white border/mat area around the image.  Depending upon the precise cropping of the image the print area will vary slightly.

If you would prefer any other sizes, mounting options, finishes, etc., just ask — I’ll work hard to satisfy your requests.

Paper Types
The black and white prints are on Ilford True Black and White (not ink jet) and processed for highest quality and archival use.  It uses a silver-based emulsion and not dye-based, offering the same imaging performance and characteristics as traditional B&W continuous-tone prints. It has a 100-year archival quality for the best stability.

The standard color prints are on Fuji E-Surface Professional Grade photographic paper which is made to give correct color and saturation.  It has a Standard Archival Value of 100 years in home display and 200 years in dark storage.

Shipping & Insurance
The price of all prints includes mounting, shipping and insurance delivered to your address within the United States.  International shipping costs vary due to a variety of factors.