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Merging the opposing forces of nature and the human-made, these are landscape photographs based on the Painted Desert in Arizona, and the Badlands in South Dakota. Each piece is produced by combining a series of photo transfers with digital photography.


For over two decades, Brian Hubble has been a creative force in Brooklyn, New York, blending traditional and digital techniques in his distinctive art process. By meticulously scanning and manipulating his drawings and photographs, Hubble creates singular images that evolve into cohesive compositions through repeated refinement. This intricate process shapes each piece into a compelling visual narrative. Hubble’s dedication culminated in his acclaimed exhibition at The Museum of the Moving Image, "I Trusted You: Andy Kaufman on the Edge of Performance," a profound exploration of the comedian's legacy developed over 16 years. His innovative spirit also shone at MoMA PS1, where he collaborated with The Bruce High Quality Foundation to produce and distribute postcard-sized screen-printed monochromes from the back of his pickup truck to enthusiastic museum visitors. From 2016 to 2019, Hubble co-founded and directed Unisex Salon, an artist-run gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn, promoting exhibitions for emerging and underrepresented artists. His work has graced the pages of notable publications including Print Magazine, C-Print Journal, and ArtNet. As an editorial artist, his creations have appeared in prestigious outlets like Taschen, The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library, The New York Times, M.I.T. Technology Review, Harvard Law Review, and Harper’s Magazine. Brian Hubble holds an MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he was awarded the William Merchant R. French Fellowship, and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University.

By Brian Hubble


Shipping with ArtStar

  • Order Fulfillment: Orders are processed and fulfilled within a two-week window by our team of fine art printers and framers.
  • Shipping Notification: A tracking number will be emailed once your order ships. 
  • Damage Resolution: While we cannot control occasional damage by UPS or FedEx, we will work with you to resolve any issues. Damaged works can be exchanged within 14 days.
  • Contact Information: For further information or to report damage to your artwork, please reach out to or text us at 212-995-5352.
  • Packaging: We have developed our packaging systems over the last 14 years to ensure our work arrives flawlessly. 


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All Frames Include:

  • UV-blocking acrylic plexiglass
  • Acid-free, archival materials
  • 100% natural wood molding with a deep profile. 

Frame Specifications:

  • Extra small and small frames: .75" molding, 2" mats, 1.2" deep
  • Medium and large frames: 1" molding, 3" mats, 2" deep
  • Matless frames have a spacer to prevent print from touching the acrylic. 

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ArtStar does not accept returns. Each order is custom-made just for you.

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  • If your work is damaged or you received the wrong image, please contact us at or call 212.995.5352 within 14 days of receiving your order.
  • Please include photos of the shipping box, detailed shots of the damage, and your order number in your email.

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  • All work must be checked and approved upon arrival if shipped to a warehouse or 3rd party receiver, including art installers, framers, storage, or onsite contractors.
  • Ownership of the work transfers once checked in at the warehouse and is no longer the responsibility of ArtStar.
  • We recommend shipping to an art storage facility over a non-climate controlled warehouse. 

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