Vintage Space Art

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I love retro sci-fi images. I think they captured the spirit of sci-fi in a way that is lost today. Though, they can get pretty bizarre. Science Fiction Art, Retro Futurism, Retro Futuristic, Fantasy Art, Retro Art, Vintage Space, Art, Pop Art, Space Art

amazing vintage Sci-Fi artwork

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Possible inspiration for space station featured in the STAR TREK episode, "The Trouble with Tribbles"?

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ED VALIGURSKY (American, Orbit Science Fiction no. 5 cover, November/December 1954 Gouache on illustration board Art And Illustration, Art Science Fiction, Sci Fi Kunst, Futurism Art, World Of Tomorrow, Pulp Art, Sci Fi Fantasy, Sci Fi Art, Comic Art

ED VALIGURSKY Orbit Science Fiction no. 5 cover November December 1954

Explore Fred Seibert's photos on Flickr. Fred Seibert has uploaded 24757 photos to Flickr.

Dreams of Space - Books and Ephemera: A Maxton Book About Space Travel Arte Sci Fi, Sci Fi Art, Science Fiction Books, Pulp Fiction, Vaporwave, Space Books, Classic Sci Fi, Vintage Space, Sci Fi Books
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A Maxton Book About Space Travel

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BOB RITTER (American, Century) Flight by Deep-Freeze, Galaxy Magazine cover, February 1961 Mixed media on - Available at 2012 June Illustration.

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Seen with the naked eye, Mars is a campfire coal against the firmament. Because of its bloody hue, the Babylonians 3,000 years ago identified it with their god of death. Seven celestial bodies gave name to the seven days of the Babylonian week: the Sun, the Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, Saturn. “Mars Day” was Tuesday; the linkage survives in the French Mardi and the Italian Martedi. The name “Mars” itself comes from the Roman god of war.

Scifi Art An unforgettable Bruce Pennington illustration for a reprint of the Brian Aldiss novel ‘Equator’ One of a number of iconic New English Library covers by Pennington in the early

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Bruce Pennington - Equator, 1973.

Nativity with St Francis and St Lawrence, by Michelangelo Caravaggio Classic Art, St Francis, Caravaggio Paintings, Michelangelo, Nativity Painting, Painting, Art, Chiaroscuro, Art History

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Exploring space in the Soviet-era children’s book Fight for Speed, 1952. (Dreams of Space)

Cover by Ed Emshwiller for Alien Planet by Fletcher Pratt, 1963 - The Science Fiction Gallery

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Ed Emshwiller - Alien Planet, 1963.

space adventures thanks to scifi_art 'The Mercenaries' by John Berkey This one has a nice old school scifi feel to it even though it is one of his later paintings. (From his the book John Berkey: Painted Space, published

John C. Berkey (1932-2008) — (810×1274)

Retro Future - Jack Coggins, Mining an Asteroid (May Galaxy Science Fiction - US ; Science Fiction Kunst, Science Fiction Magazines, Classic Sci Fi, Vintage Space, Vintage Art, Sci Fi Books, Pulp Art, Sci Fi Fantasy, Sci Fi Art

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Science Fiction art.