Robert McCall’s space art

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Robert McCall’s space art

Robert McCall’s online gallery of a future space travel, from 1960’s…

Pictured here – “(48″ x 32″, oil on board, 1967; collection of National Air and Space Museum). A space plane launches from a half-completed space station, in McCall’s classic poster art for the 1968 MGM film 2001: A Space Odyssey. The image is not only a startlingly accurate depiction of the future of space travel, but a powerful symbol of hope, a visual affirmation that humanity has the resources and ingenuity to prosper and thrive in the century to come.” [via] – Link.

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