To The Other Planets, Prague 1962. Illustrated by František Škoda.

To The Other Planets, Prague Illustrated by František Škoda.

French science fiction dime novel, Les Aventuries du Ciel (The Space Adventurers) No. 1, September 18, 1935, Le Mystère de l'Observatoire de Paris (The Mystery of the Paris Observatory) by R.M. de Nizerolles (Marcel Priollet), art by R. Houy (apparently influenced by Frank R. Paul). The adventures of young Tintin (not that one) in outer space. The series ran 108 issues. It was later reprinted with color covers. In 1955 it was adapted into a comic strip by René Giffey.

French science fiction dime novel, Les Aventuries du Ciel (The Space Adventurers) No. September Le Mystère de l'Observatoire de Paris (The Mystery of the Paris Observatory) by R.

The upcoming 2013 April 18 Space Exploration Signature Auction by Heritage Auctions brought us these fine document covers. Manuals, guidebooks, press kits, reports, brochures - all with cool artworks and typography. Enjoy!

Twenty Awesome Covers From The US Space Program

NASA may have an outstanding space program, but they're not too bad in the design department either. During the hundreds of manuals, guidebooks, cov

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A tribute to the artist John Berkey, one of the greats of space and sci-fi themed art.

Colonie. personal artwork. 2013

Fresh new work from our friend SPARTH! Keywords: digital sci-fi science fiction concept spaceship fantasy illustrations a.

The Vault of Retro Sci-Fi

From Kerbal Space Program I know that the center of lift for this vehicle would be too far forward of the center of mass for stability. Originally: The Vault of Retro Sci-Fi

brighter-suns: “ Early Syd Mead ”

Syd Mead - a Stanford Torus design for a Space City (illustration from The High Frontier, Gerard K.

Detail from a 1958 Soviet space propaganda poster. (Heritage Auctions) ” Фрагмент советского плаката. 1958 год.

humanoidhistory: “ Detail from a 1958 Soviet space propaganda poster.

Juguetes

Retro futuro japones

1948 Japanese vision of the "moving platform", that actually envelops the train within (and moves with it for some time)

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