Latest news reported that new NASA posters will send you straight to space due to their incredible design. The U.S space agency revealed surprising space tourism posters in order to show how their technologies advanced. According to them, space travel may not be feasible in the future.
NASA is still trying to send manned missions to Mars, but this idea is becoming less and less popular. The U.S space agency released a series of destination posters called “Visions of the Future”. The posters depicted well known planets as fun tourist destinations.
The NASA posters aim to raise the interest of any space enthusiast. Artists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have created a series of retro, colorful posters of a dream world of ‘what ifs’. Dan Goods, NASA Visual Strategist, was the head of the team who had the ideas for the design.
He guided the team at JPL and the engineers who tried to create a world where everything is possible. They think that their technologies and experience might help humankind to visit space. The pictures are amazingly designed, creative, and somehow eccentric. Planets are depicted as true attraction spots.
The Earth is described as “Your oasis in space where the air is free and breathing is easy”. Also, Venus appears to be the most voted place in the solar system to watch Mercury transition. In addition, Jupiter auroras are represented as mighty spots. In these posters, NASA has shown that the agency it is not only for scientist but also for the thinkers. The artistic designer created a fuss in the World Wide Web with the release of these posters.
It was said the travel posters were created by the Invisible Creature. Invisible Creature is a graphic design studio in Seattle. It is led by Don and Ryan Clark, co-founders of Asterik Studios. Invisible Creature designed CD packaging, poster art, web design, and merchandise design for various artists.
The studio also has been nominated for Grammy Awards for its work. NASA announced the posters will be bundled into a calendar, only available for JPL members. However, those interested can download the pictures at JPL’s official website.
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