07.10.16 by Staff

Photographer Benedict Redgrove Given Unprecedented Access to NASA Technology


Photographer Benedict Redgrove has been granted unprecedented access to document past and present NASA technology, a sneak peek of which can be seen in the new issue of WIRED UK.

Six years in the making, Redgrove captures everything from the space shuttle Atlantis and Vehicle Assembly Building, to the new Orion Crew Module, robot Valkyrie R5 and Boeing’s Starliner capsule. In fact the project is still ongoing, as it’s meant to culminate with the launch of the new SLS rocket in 2018.

Check out more images from “Past and Present Dreams of the Future” below.



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22.09.16 by Staff

Best of Kickstarter: The Voyager Golden Record


When NASA launched Voyager I and II in 1977 they included a special recording created by a committee of artists and scientists chaired by astronomer Carl Sagan. The Voyager Golden Record was their attempt at encapsulating Earth and its inhabitants through sounds of music and nature, human (and whale) languages, and over 100 encoded images.

While originally intended for any extraterrestrials the spacecrafts might come across, special vinyl copies of the original phonograph record are being made available for the first time through Kickstarter! See more images and information below.

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12.09.16 by Staff

“Indefinite Vases” by Studio E.O. and Galerie kreo


A series of functional sculptures exploring the balance between objects and space by Stockholm-based Studio E.O, in collaboration with Galerie kreo. See more “Indefinite Vases” below!

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15.02.16 by Staff

Retro-Inspired Space Tourism Posters for NASA’s Visions of the Future


NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has commissioned a series of posters celebrating the future of space travel with retro-inspired designs. Evoking a golden age of exploration, the Visions of the Future campaign imagines a time when one might travel to Jupiter for weather balloon rides the same way we seek out Hawaiian vacations for their sunsets, and encourages us to think not only about the kind of future we want but how we might get there.

See more images below and click here for high resolution images meant for you to download and print!

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16.11.15 by Kimi Hamada

Artist Spotlight: Elena Boils


Graduate of University College Falmouth and Central Saint Martins, London-based illustrator Elena Boils’ work is a perfect mix of digital and free-hand. More images below.

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08.09.15 by Staff

Music Video: Kelvin Jones “Call You Home” Featuring a Real Television Launched into Space


So Joe Connor just straight up sent a vintage television into space and filmed its descent for Kelvin Jones’ track “Call You Home”! Two separate televisions, attached to weather balloons, were sent from Snowdonia, Wales and eventually landed in Bury, Manchester. The television actually got 99.997% above the atmosphere. Watch the full video below!

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03.06.13 by Staff

“Spacetime Fabric Softener” by Professor Soap

Spacetime Fabric Softener short animation film by Professor Soap
What a delightful animated short by Professor Soap aka Ryan Mauskopf! Watch it below!

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05.10.12 by Jeff

Invader invades space

Invader invades space
Invader has spent years hiding his ceramic creations all over the globe but last month he sent one somewhere new – space! Well, actually to be honest I’m not sure if this technically qualifies as space. Does it? Would this be the stratosphere? Is that something? In any case, it was attached to a balloon and it went… somewhere. Video below!

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