This falls into the “too cute to not post” category — a mobile for your littlest astronaut. I like the gentle shapes.
I always wanted a piñata… this one would be ideal for my next birthday party. Alternately, NASA employees and spaceflight enthusiasts could use it to vent frustration. Either way, all you need is some candy and a baseball bat.
I found this thumbing through an old issue of Something Extra (a free magazine they give out at our local Raley’s grocery store) — and apparently it must not be in production any more, because sheesh, I can’t find it anywhere online, so this is the best picture I can scrap up. Funny illustration!
A whimsical set of art prints, digitally illustrated in Utah. Cute, with a unique color scheme; add distinction to any wall!
I guess I’ve fallen in love with the idea of personalized space-themed notecards, because they keep catching my eye!
A great pendant of sterling silver, copper and brass with three retro-styled rockets. Comes with whimsical story to match!
This medal is traditionally presented to the victorious pilot of the Interplanetary Federation of Rocket Racers in its annual Solar System Slalom. The event was limited to pre-27th Century liquid fuel rockets in the late 34th Century, and special restrictions were put in place regarding the use of time travel to “supercharge” older rockets. This actual medal was one of the many won by the famous Space Pirate Henrietta, who was the winner of 376 consecutive races until she was caught circumventing the aforementioned time travel restriction and was forced to sell off her medals in order to fund her (ultimately fruitless) legal defense.
These colorful prints are an Etsy find. Great vintage look to them!
A set of retro-style rockets named the Comet, the Solar Streak, the Japanese Star and the Red Cruiser. Image is digitally created and reproduced on archival paper. Image size is 9.25″x4″.