So. What I see, most of the time, are serious, loving, romantic messages on the night sky print that's given as a first anniversary gift. And that's good. It works.
Occasionally a print comes through that's a little more playful though, like this one. (One can't help but wonder... what's the back story?) And, as an absolutely perfect compliment, the person chose our 'Eros In Summer' horizon — so that the print's gestalt is beautifully unified. I don't think many people understand that particular horizon.
I admit that when I created it I was reaching for something romantic... it was going to be the lead image in an entire 'Cupid Struck' series. About "the moment." But in the end, the image of Eros – from the statue that stands in Piccadilly Circus, London – is just so out there, and over the top. The final feel of the print that uses this horizon illustration is, to me, a kind of playful recognition of serious love. If you follow. Seriously playful. Or playfully serious. But certainly beautiful, and I trust it will be well-received.