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Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.

About Freyk John Geeris

Freyk John Geeris Freyk John Geeris started producing his spectacular Mars imagery over 3 years ago in January 2012, after a period of intense study, numerous attempts to increase quality and artistic value and through experimental printing. By now, his Mars images have reached unprecedented detail and clarity. The new logo is a prime example of this, and of his astonishing discoveries made on the Red Planet.

Here's his selection of never before seen places on Mars that boggle the mind and inspire the senses. These exclusive prints will surprise both friends and family, as well as business associates during one of their visits to your home or office!

Moreover, some of these images are for the History Books, as they provide the photographic evidence that proves that in an ancient past, Mars was alive and inhabited intelligent beings, apparently much like us, who built large cities designed to impress, with groups of buildings together forming huge sculptures, when viewed from above!

Be one of the first to purchase one or more of these incredible art pieces that mark the beginning of an era of Mars exploration, and the coming to terms of humanity with the fact that not only the Earth isn't flat, but that on the next planet from the Sun, Mars, life ALSO started and evolved an advanced intelligent life-form capable of developing advanced civilizations, but who nevertheless might have been as self-destructive as we are!

Note: Many of the earlier images are in 3-D, and for these, 'Metal Print' is the most suitable choice when you make your order. It goes without saying good red-blue 3-D glasses are required to allow for viewing that which has the potential to change humanity's perception of "Life as we know it".



All images copyright 2011 - 2015 F. Johannes Elisabertus Geeris
Source material: Nasa Jpl / Russian Space Agency