'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett
'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett
'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett
'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett
'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett
'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett

'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett

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'Red Shift' by Jack Barrett

 1 colour hand-pulled screen print.
500 x 500mm / on 300gsm Munken polar paper. Edition of 10, signed and numbered by the artist.

About the Piece

Blueshift and Redshift are based on the scientific method of tracking how far an object
is away from Earth; the concept is key to charting the universe's expansion.
Redshift and blueshift describe the change in the frequency of a light wave depending
on whether an object is moving towards or away from us. As an object moves away, the
spacing between the light waves is stretched, and turns to a red tone. When the object
is moving closure to the observer, the light waves are compressed, and give a bluer hue
I used a warm colour and cold colour to represent this method. Having the colours fade
away to the page, like how the colours would shift from light.

About the Artist

We first saw Jack’s work at his degree show in IADT, Dun Laoghaire, where he showed an impressive dedication to precision and craft. Jack’s prints are a result of an attention to detail and an embrace of beautiful printing which caught our eyes immediately. He was invited to take part in an internship in our studio and has been a member of Damn Fine Print since, continuing to produce these highly impressive and individualistic works while exploring and expanding on his style.


Frames can be purchased through Damn Fine Print in black, white and natural wooden finishes, here. Bespoke framing is also available. Please note framed orders must be collected from the store and can't be shipped.

Shipping and Returns
This print is sold unframed securely packaged in a cardboard tube, sent via An Post Standard Postage. For details on shipping and returns click here. Please note colours may vary between computer screens.