Space Debris


During the early years of space exploration, astronauts were privileged to enjoy a wide open cosmos of brilliant stars, planets and satellites. That was then. Unfortunately, such travel in modern times has become quite hazardous, as abandoned debris set adrift in space poses serious concerns for safety.

Yet, an idea which shows great promise as a remedy has been advanced recently by a Baby Boomer working for NASA, seeking to rekindle the technology developed in 1961 by Wile E. Coyote, Super Genius.

Well, maybe not. Nevertheless, you can enjoy my digital depiction of junk in space on a wide variety of cool products – prints, apparel, mugs, device cases, home decor, etc. – when you visit the following galleries:

Thanks very much!


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