Tuesday, August 4, 2009
The Artist Was There First
Way back in the primitive days when men were walking on the moon, the space shuttle was still a bit of science fiction, with a lot of technology still to be realized. But, as with many dreams, the artist was there first. Here Robert McCall, space artist supreme, successor to Chesley Bonestell, visualized the space shuttle on missions very close to future reality, for a July, 1970 Popular Science magazine article.