art prints - To the Stars

Tags: art prints, rocket, space, astronaut, stars, sky, fly, boy

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Kamala Nahas
  • Minted Oct 30, 2011
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A digital illustration of the first rocket to put an American in space.

tags:

art prints, rocket, space, astronaut, stars, sky, fly, boy

colors shown:

blue, white, black

design inspired by:

Non-Custom Art Print

submitted on:

Oct 02 2018

Edited on:

Oct 03 2018

comments:

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Lee Dunnie
Lee Dunnie
@leeboyz
Joined 2017

Mercury Rising!

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Rebecca Marchese
Rebecca Marchese
@sweetpeasartstudio
Joined 2016 · 5 awards won

Congratulations!

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Noonday Design
Noonday Design
@noondaydesign
Joined 2016 · 18 awards won

Definitely centered! :-)

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Rebecca Rueth
Rebecca Rueth
@rebeccarueth
Joined 2016 · 10 awards won

I feel like because of the strong verticals I kind of prefer it centered. I do think shrinking the one star is a good idea, it kind of automatically pulls the eye to that star when it is larger when I think you want more of the focus on the rocket.

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Kelsey Mucci
Kelsey Mucci
@mucci
Joined 2017 · 21 awards won

I like the version that's centered. It seems to stand out more than the asymmetrical version.

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Kanika Mathur
Kanika Mathur
@kanikamathur
Joined 2014 · 59 awards won

I always prefer asymmetry so I'll say B.

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Jessie Steury
Jessie Steury
@jsteury
Joined 2011 · 257 awards won

B for me, I prefer it off-centered, but both could work. That is a perfect rocket! The lines are so clean and modern, and the clouds are perfectly rounded, I just love it, but it does kinda make me wish the stars were perfect too, or maybe they could just be more subtle. Right now I feel they are competing with the rocket, not complementing it (maybe even no stars? just a thought).

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Jessica Corliss
Jessica Corliss
@jesscorliss
Joined 2013 · 19 awards won

I prefer it centered with the larger star! It definitely feels more balanced.

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CaroleeXpressions
CaroleeXpressions
@caroleexpressions
Joined 2014 · 15 awards won

I'm a asymmetrical gal so B is more pleasing to my eye!

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Rebecca Marchese
Rebecca Marchese
@sweetpeasartstudio
Joined 2016 · 5 awards won

center that's where my eye goes to.

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Erin L. Wilson
Erin L. Wilson
@erinlwilson
Joined 2014 · 94 awards won

I like A Kamala! This is great!

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Mary Ann Glynn-Tusa
Mary Ann Glynn-Tusa
@maryanntusa
Joined 2011 · 16 awards won

Where do your talents end? Just adorable Kamala!

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Amy Kross
Amy Kross
@amykross
Joined 2014 · 94 awards won

B! I prefer the assymetrical

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Amy Kross
Amy Kross
@amykross
Joined 2014 · 94 awards won

B! I prefer the asymmetrical

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Dawn Jasper
Dawn Jasper
@dawnjasper
Joined 2010 · 54 awards won

I love this! It's picky, but the only thing I might change is make that top left star just a tiny bit smaller :)

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AK Graphics
AK Graphics
@akgraphics
Joined 2010 · 151 awards won

Maybe make the top / red elements solid? And slightly lighter / brighter? Very cute Kamala!

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Rebecca Rueth
Rebecca Rueth
@rebeccarueth
Joined 2016 · 10 awards won

Another fabulous submission!

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Pooja Pittie
Pooja Pittie
@poojapittie
Joined 2015 · 6 awards won

I really like this one! The only comment I have is that I wonder how it will look if the rocket was not so centered, but a little off to one side. That might be a more interesting composition.

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Ashlee Townsend
Ashlee Townsend
@musemyworld
Joined 2015 · 47 awards won

Super cute illustration. I think that the top of the rocket is getting a little lost in the background. Maybe an orange color?

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Anchored Paper Co.
Anchored Paper Co.
@carolynkach
Joined 2016 · 12 awards won

This is SO darling! The red top of the rocket vibrates a little for me, maybe try a lighter/brighter more vintage-y shade of red?

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Kanika Mathur
Kanika Mathur
@kanikamathur
Joined 2014 · 59 awards won

Looks great Kamala! Agree with others about making the red a little lighter/brighter.

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