Friday, February 12, 2016


Infinity and beyond: NASA lures space travelers
with 'Visions of the Future'















What will space tourism look like centuries from now? "Visions of the Future" -- a set of 14 posters released by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) -- provides an imaginative take.
JPL visual strategist Dan Goods explains that the images are intended to celebrate the diversity of planets being discovered -- and to increase the desire among the public to be curious about the universe.
Three of the posters were created by Seattle-based design and illustration studio Invisible Creature. Influenced by post-war WPA propaganda and vintage travel posters, one of the prints shows what it would be like to visit a Mars colony, complete with cultivated crops and water. Read more... 
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4 comments:

joseph said...

du grand art de l'affiche : j'adhère au concept!

JiEL said...

Such dream visions..

another country said...

Oui, moi aussi ! Il ne manque qu'un petit logo PANAM dans un coin...

another country said...

Voir les autres affiches en cliquant sur "read more" (si vous ne l'avez pas fait).