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Lost Wonder Posters

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The Museum of Lost Wonder is a place where people can go to ponder life's big questions. Each of the Museum’s seven exhibit halls is a museum unto itself, based on the concepts of alchemy.

Now you can take part of the Museum of Lost Wonder home with you! Each full-color exhibit hall poster is a reproduction of an original painting by Jeff Hoke and is printed on sturdy archival coverstock.

Single Posters and Full Sets
Posters are $6.95 each or $50.00 for an entire set of ten. They make fantastic gifts.

Full Set of Lost Wonder Posters
$50.00

The full-color posters are printed tabloid size, or 11 x 17 inches.

Click any of the poster images below for a closer look.

No.1, “Museum Exterior ”: A ray of hope in a dreary world.” The exterior and setting of the Museum of Lost Wonder.

This scene shows the state of a visitor before they have entered the Museum of Lost Wonder.
$6.95

No.2, “Circulatio”: The entrance, exit, and circulation hall in the Museum of Lost Wonder.

The Circulatio room prepares the visitor for a journey through the Museum’s halls and exhibits.
$6.95

Calcinatio - Click to view larger image.

No.3, “Calcinatio.”: The Hall of Technology in the Museum of Lost Wonder and home to all our hopes, fears, and preoccupations with what civilization has brought us.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Calcinatio, in which substance is reduced by fire into a refined white ash.
$6.95

Solutio - Click to view larger image.

No.4, “Solutio.”: The Exhibit of Aquaria in the Museum of Lost Wonder, this hall is a realm of living wonder, a hypnotic world of water where one's worries and cares are washed away.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Solutio, in which unrefined particles are dissolved in a suspended fluid medium.
$6.95

Coagulatio - Click to view larger image.

No.5, “Coagulatio.”: The Zoological Garden of Eden in the Museum of Lost Wonder, an earthly habitat where we share our existence with all living things.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Coagulatio, in which substance in an amorphous state is coagulated to gain solidity.
$6.95

Sublimatio - Click to view larger image.

No.6, “Sublimatio.”: The Kingdom of Astronomy and All Things Extraterrestrial in the Museum of Lost Wonder, this is the domain of air where one is elevated above daily cares to see the world in a different perspective.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Sublimatio, in which substance is sublimated or distilled into an ennobled, sublime, or elevated condition.
$6.95

Mortificatio - Click to view larger image.

No.7, “Mortificatio.”: The Mausoleum to the Past in the Museum of Lost Wonder, this hall is a zone of reflection on all things dead where we contemplate that in the future, we all become history.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Mortificatio, in which expended matter is putrefied or composted to provide fertilization for future life.
$6.95

Separatio - Click to view larger image.

No.8, “Separatio.”: The Laboratory to Science and Faith in the Museum of Lost Wonder, this is a refinery where apparent contradictions are distilled and clarified into an enlightened state.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Separatio, in which a confused mass is separated into distinct and purified parts.
$6.95

Conjunctio - Click to view larger image.

No.9, “Conjuctio.”: The Gallery to the Arts in the Museum of Lost Wonder, a temple where ideas and forms are married into a refined state of unification.

This exhibit hall illustrates the alchemical process of Conjuntio, in which elements are joined together or merged to create a divine fusion.
$6.95

No.10, “Map of Tenderness”: What’s love got to do with it? This print illustrates the sidetracks and pitfalls on the road between new friendship and the undiscovered country of love.

This poster is Jeff Hoke’s re-illumination of a map created by Madaleine de Scudery and published in her 1654 book, Clelie.
$6.95


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