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Rush officially-licensed Hemispheres 45th anniversary 3D artwork from Artovision

Thu, Aug 24, 2023@1:45PM | comments

Artovision is a Wisconsin-based company that creates 3-dimensional collectable artwork inspired by popular culture, video games, food and Americana. In April of 2021 they released a set of officially-licensed pieces in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Rush's Moving Pictures album, and followed those up with a pair of pieces commemorating the 30th anniversary of Roll the Bones later that year, two more pieces celebrating Hold Your Fire's 35th anniversary last summer, and a few pieces celebrating the 40th anniversary of Signals including these 2 back in October along with this desktop art piece earlier this year. The latest addition to their collection are a pair of pieces celebrating the upcoming 45th anniversary of Rush's Hemispheres album this October. The first piece is a shadowbox art piece depicting the iconic album art and measuring 14"x14"x2.5" as described here:

This collectible shadowbox art piece measures 14" x 14" x 2 1/2" and comes ready to hang with an official Rush Certificate of Authenticity (COA). Each piece is printed on 1/8" thick optical-grade acrylic with vibrant UV cured inks and set in a high quality finished MDF wood frame, our shadowbox art pieces are handcrafted in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Officially Licensed by Rush - SRO/YYZ Under License to Merch Traffic

You can purchase the Hemispheres shadowbox piece for $159 at this location. The second piece is a desktop art piece depicting the extended album cover printed on 3/4" thick optical-grade acrylic with vibrant UV cured inks and measureing 12.75"x6". You can purchase the desktop piece for $99 at this location. For more information on Artovision, and to see their complete line of officially-licensed Rush pieces, visit their website at artovision3d.com. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and watch a YouTube video demonstrating the 3-D effect of their Shadowbox art here.

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