Vintage space

Transform your space into a nostalgic haven with these vintage ideas. Discover unique ways to incorporate retro elements and create a charming atmosphere.
For Sale on 1stDibs - NASA Astronaut Bruce McCandless Untethered Spacewalk, Color Photo on Kodak paper, Photographic Film, Photographic Paper by NASA. Offered by 99Prints. Vintage, Photographic Film, Photographic Paper, Vintage Space, Astronauts In Space, Space Poster, Space Photography, Nasa Vintage Posters, Nasa Poster

About Historic portrait photography of the first man to fly untethered in space. Above the earth in 1984, NASA Astronaut Bruce McCandless and his Manned Maneuvering Unit (MMU). Crewmembers aboard the space shuttle Challenger nearby used a 70mm camera to photograph McCandless through windows on the flight deck. This is an 8" x 10" vintage chromogenic print on RC paper, numbered in red type on recto: NASA (S84-27017) in upper left margin with the "A Kodak Paper" watermarks on verso (photo…

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nanna mantovani
moon scape illustration 1963 Retro Moon Aesthetic, Retro Sci Fi, Space Art Aesthetic, Retro Sci Fi Art, Moon Scape, Paul Lehr, Vintage Space Art, Science Fiction Design, Scifi Illustration

Another book about the Moon. But what is special about this one is it's creative link to a much older space art book. In 1874, James Nasmyth and James Carpenter published, The Moon. A large and lavishly illustrated volume, its numerous plates were reproduction of photographs of plaster models of portions of the lunar surface, seen both telescopically from Earth and as they would appear to an observer on the Moon. Brenna, Virgilio. Illustrated by Brenna, Virgilio. The Moon. New York: Golden…

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John S. Walsh
NASA 'It's a good business to explore space' Illustrators, Retro, Design, Ilustrasi, Fotos, Design Graphique, Design Inspiration, Desain Grafis, Art Design

San Francisco has always had plenty of entertainment....from fine opera, ballet, and symphony companies, theatre and musical comedy performances, down to the bawdiest of North Beach night clubs. But...as an entertainment capital....S.F. was not. The television and movie industries were in Los Angeles and Hollywood....as well as the advertising and promotions for both that were created there. Still, occasional 'show biz' related assignments and stories came my way. This week's CAWS will show…

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Ziad Saad