I’m an Apollo-era baby, so I haven’t been able to avoid the excitement around reminiscing about the incredible moonshots from fifty years ago. NASA is posting incredible art from back in the day, like this conceptual piece for the LA Times published in 1969.


There’s gorgeous moon-fever art work spread all over the NASA site that I highly recommend. It’s interesting how inspiring all of the visuals are — but that makes sense because they were trying to take on the impossible.

“Your mind is like a parachute: If it isn’t open, it doesn’t work.”

—Buzz Aldrin

The Apollo 11 Hololens 2 Demo from MS Build is something else:

The demo unfortunately stumbled on a bug at the very end, but you’ve got to appreciate the boldness of this live demo!

As a new Publicis Sapient community member, I’ve been trying to figure out how to distinguish my PS Mac versus my personal Mac, and then thought, “Oh yeah. Desktop patterns.” So I went and made a custom desktop pattern to identify the difference between my machines. Enjoy! —JM

Adapted from artwork by Arasmith via NASA.gov

PS High-resolution version is here.

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