A foray into isometric pixel design! My buddy Mike Mitchell organised and curated a group show at Gallery 1988 on Melrose Avenue in L.A. He wanted to get a group of artists together to celebrate the great beyond and the result is a really magnificent collection of work. I totally love space, so I was thrilled to be involved and we owe a big thanks to Mike for organising it!
I used it as an opportunity to explore isometric pixel art for the first time. It’s something I want to do more of this year so you should see more from me soon.
This is a print of all of the significant rockets involved in space flight and their occupants. From Fruit Flies to the first commercial flight a few years ago it’s a really interesting evolution. All of the rockets and pixel passengers are to scale so it gives you an idea of the growth in power over the decades from the German V2 rocket which was originally designed as a weapon to attack London during World War II, right through to the incredible Saturn rocket used in the Apollo space program.
It’s a numbered giclee print. Edition of just 30 and I’ll have a few signed APs in the UK. The show opens 21 June at the Gallery 1988 West location with an opening reception from 7pm-10pm.