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Even though we can’t travel as we wish this summer, we’re able to take a virtual journey in our imaginations. With an assist from streaming services and movies, the land of science fiction is easily accessible and wondrous. I recently watched Dark, the German twisty time travel series, and re-watched the Kubrick masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. Other favorites include The X Files, Stranger Things, Twin Peaks and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. This illustration is inspired by all those supernatural, sci-fi shows and legends that disrupt our reality in creepy, bizarre and sometimes comical ways. Sci-fi Galaxy exists to cause disturbances on Earth, transporting us to places we could never imagine otherwise. The lettering and colors celebrate vintage 1950s sci-fi movie posters.
I submitted this for the picnic challenge, but wanted to post it here as well, since it fits too! ;-) I think I speak for a lot of people when I say that right now I think I might like to travel somewhere far, far away—preferably alone, with a coffee, and a piece of chocolate cake. If only for a little while, just to be able to look at our planet as a whole and realize that there is beauty that remains despite it all. ~Allyson Wilson IG: allyson.wilson_art
This is a special memory for my baby brother Nate, in honor of his birthday: Aug 17th. At age 3 he LOVED AstroBoy! He’d wear his PJs with a cape & he used round oatmeal boxes for his “jet” legs! It was ADORABLE!🚀 Yes, we’d sing the AstroBoy song 🎶
I would live on Planet Peanut Butter Cup. But sometimes I'd like to take the Stroopwafel Spacecraft, fight my way through a Powdered Donut Dust Storm, and visit some Dark Chocolate Matter. Who knows where the Gummy Wormhole would take you?
Traveling 'Out of this World' with Orion Spaceliners. Perhaps you've been dreaming of checking out the recently discovered healing Oxygen Forest on planet Kx159-c or maybe the multiple moons of Panorama 2v? Whatever your travel destination, we can take you there and quickly!
When my daughter was 6 we were looking for something to occupy our evenings. She had her brother's old (think vintage) telescope but we had no way of know what we were looking at. With a quick google search I found several apps that would help us identify the twinkling dots above. We were enthralled by the new discoveries and would stay up later and later to watch Mars appear over the horizon or catch the ISS zoom pass. It was a wonderful mother daughter bonding experience as she was allowed to stay up late and handle my phone as we panned the night sky from a near by field. Then we'd walk home hand in hand talking about what we'd seen. Even now we still keep an ear out for any exciting developments like the SpaceX zooming pass or NEOWISE comet ( which we both saw) It was a very special time and one I'll always treasure.