New! Earth Art for Earth Day: City Lights Worldwide April 22 2016
This month's Guardians of the Galaxy blew us away with the force of an Infinity Stone—so much so that we were inspired to release our latest Space Editions, Torus Cutaway AC75-1086-1 5725 and Torus Interior AC75-2621 5718, two trippy, 70's-era NASA renderings of space colonization in which a genetically-engineered raccoon or tree-like humanoid might have looked right at home. (I am Groot!)
Star Trails by Donald Pettit
NASA astronaut Don Pettit gave citizens of Earth the greatest of gifts when he took photos of star trails, terrestrial lights, airglow and auroras from aboard the International Space Station. These four brand-new to 20x200 prints capture the wonder and mystery of space in a way that harkens back to the magic we felt as children, looking up to the night sky. 20x200's Jen Bekman first met Donald Pettit at PhotoShelter's Luminance conference in 2012. She was over the moon to discover she was seated next to him at the speaker dinner before the event. He told Jen how thrilled he was to talk about his photography and how he captured these shots.