The art, like the Rocket Team, celebrates international cooperation. It includes fanciful imagery of many nations exploring the solar system. The video below is a small taste of the art coming in the book. It's already over 32 pages.
"Space exploration is one of the greatest tasks for humankind. The International Space Station has become one of the most important international efforts and outposts for humans in Earth’s orbit. I acts as a true symbol of international cooperation.
Space exploration and colonization continues with automatic spacecraft and rovers being sent to various planets of the Solar system. No doubt, the coming years will see world scientists create new ways and methods to send human colonists to extraterrestrial objects – just like the Spanish explorer Christopher Columbus set off to discover new continents, or Polish-Russian geographer Nikolay Przhevalsky, a renowned explorer of Central and East Asia.
Today NASA (USA), Roscosmos (Russia), JAXA (Japan), ESA (Europe, including 14 member countries – Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland), and CSA (Canada) are acting in the same way to ensure the future of space exploration and presence of humans outside the comfortable Earth environment – and you might become a part of it, or even be among those people pictured in this book. Go for it!"
|This is a sample page from "Ramone's Space Art" that I sent to Roscosmos|
to show my appreciation for their attention and comments.
When I reach $300 per month, I'll solicit deserving artists to showcase their space art - for pay - in an upcoming compilation. This will help them gain recognition and income for their efforts.
The compilation will be created once a year, and an electronic copy will be free for patrons at level 2 and above.
A printed copy will be free for patrons at level 4 and above.
The origin of the Dymocks flagship store on George Street, Sydney – Australia’s greatest bookstore – goes back to 1879 when young William Dymock commenced business as a bookseller in nearby Market Street. In 1922, the Dymock family purchased the site of the old Royal Hotel in George Street upon which was built the historic, Art Deco landmark Dymocks building, completed in 1930.
"Thank you Mickey. We are delighted to share our vision of MARSHA with your young readers. We're counting on our future explorers to make the dream of living on Mars a reality!" -David Malott, CEO at AI SpaceFactory
"Granddaughter approved! And my 4th grade teacher daughter loved it too! Looking forward to more Rocket Team adventures." -Herb R.
"This book would be great in a classroom for the teacher to read to the students in the classroom." -Angelika F.