The stated vision of NASA is “to reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind.”
Paul Calle was one of the first artists chosen to be a member of the NASA Space Art Program. Unlike most artists who focus on paintings or drawings, Calle also created paintings for postage stamps that would record and pay homage to NASA missions.
Artist Timothy Gagnon, eager to contribute to the space program, submitted many designs for mission patches over twenty years without having any accepted. With the encouragement of his hero, Robert McCall, he persevered, and eventually his designs were accepted and used.
Dan Goods wants you to experience something beautiful, meaningful and profound. He wants to alter your way of observing the world. Dan Goods is a Visual Strategist for NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Los Angeles. He conceives new ways of communicating ideas, thoughts and mission discoveries visually, in a beautiful and seamless fashion.