Space art from the 1950s

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17 Responses to “Space art from the 1950s”

  1. Jeff says:

    Sure, those kids are smiling now, but wait until the “biscuits” suck onto their face and implant them with an alien embryo :(

  2. Jeff says:

    Pixel wins. Very good.

  3. Neener says:

    Thanks ETI. People talked to me about this site for years now. I bought hundreds of old 1950s magazines and did xerox art from them in the 1980s and it would be absolutely immoral to try and charge someone for some barely-recognized artist’s work. They are not worthy of our business.

  4. Psymiley says:

    Why does the head bubble have ‘ear’ cups?

    Another meaning to space cakes? Or artist impression? :P

  5. error404 says:

    reminded me of this video.

    http://tinyurl.com/5c7t3u

    COMPLETELY SAFE FOR WORK.

  6. ethancoop says:

    “My God! It’s full of Biscuits!”

    I just laughed till I peed myself.

  7. ethancoop says:

    It’s sad to compare the hopes of the future to the reality of now.

  8. Stefan Jones says:

    One of the space ships shown — the Mars Snooper — was turned into an Estes model rocket.

  9. minTphresh says:

    young spaceboy laughs to himself as he floats through the biskit nebula. his sis, who has foolishly removed her spacehelmet, gasps as her lungs implode.

  10. Olorwen says:

    Wow, it’s weird to see this again. This image played a pivotal role in a game of Poodle I’m still playing! Small internet, I guess.

  11. IWood says:

    The biscuits…they’re getting inside! In my suit…aaaaghwhaaargarbll!

  12. Pixel says:

    My God! It’s full of Biscuits!

  13. Gary61 says:

    SPACE BISKITS!

    !!!!! WANT! !!!!!

  14. minTphresh says:

    Heavens, they’re tasty!

  15. geo the moose says:

    good god am I hungry for a damn dinner roll now!

  16. Antinous says:

    That’s just a big spit bubble.

  17. eti says:

    Awesome how we can pay them money for higher-res versions of these images they copied from old magazines.

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