These 3* commissioned pieces are part of JPL's Visions Of The Future poster series, which are all available here to download for free.
* The Mars art featured here is inspired by our commissioned piece, available here.
We also have limited edition posters and prints available as well, including our Mars variant art. You can purchase those here. Note: The Grand Tour Poster and Print Set are now sold out.
Details on each poster below ...
The Grand Tour: NASA’s Voyager mission took advantage of a once-every-175-year alignment of the outer planets for a grand tour of the solar system. The twin spacecraft revealed stunning details about Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune – using each planet’s gravity to send them on to the next destination. Voyager set the stage for such ambitious orbiter missions as Galileo to Jupiter andCassini to Saturn. Today both Voyager spacecraft continue to return valuable science from the far reaches of our solar system. Purchase the poster
here. Sorry, this poster is now sold out.
Enceladus: The discovery of Enceladus’ icy jets and their role in creating Saturn’s E-ring is one of the top findings of the Cassini mission to Saturn. Further Cassini mission discoveries revealed strong evidence of a global ocean and the first signs of potential hydrothermal activity beyond Earth – making this tiny Saturnian moon one of the leading locations in the search for possible life beyond Earth. You can purchase this poster here.
Mars: NASA’s Mars Exploration Program seeks to understand whether Mars was, is, or can be a habitable world. Missions like Mars Pathfinder, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory and Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, among many others, have provided important information in understanding of the habitability of Mars. This poster imagines a future day when we have achieved our vision of human exploration of Mars and takes a nostalgic look back at the great imagined milestones of Mars exploration that will someday be celebrated as “historic sites.” Purchase the IC variant poster here.
Below: Our grandfather, Al Paulsen at his desk at NASA's Ames Research Center at Moffett Field in the 1960's. He was an illustrator and graphic designer at NASA for over 30 years. This project was obviously a special one.