Allen Jones RA (British, born 1937): Cutaway (Lloyd 75), 1976.
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Allen Jones RA (British, born 1937): Cutaway (Lloyd 75), 1976.

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Irving Penn (American, 1917-2009): Still Life with Watermelon, New York, 1947. Dye-transfer.
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Irving Penn (American, 1917-2009): Still Life with Watermelon, New York, 1947. Dye-transfer.

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Artist’s concept paintings depicting the American and Soviet spacecrafts in Earth orbit during the July 1975 Apollo-Soyuz Test Project mission.

The first docking of spacecraft from two different nations happened on July 17, 1975. The American and Soviet ASTP crewmen visited each other’s spacecraft while Apollo and Soyuz were docked for two days. The docking system on the Docking Module and the docking system on the Soyuz Orbital Module are designed to interface with each other. 

Artists: Paul Fjeld (1-5), Davis Meltzer (6-8) and Robert McCall (9).

Source: NASA Human Spaceflight gallery

BMW M1 — Andy Warhol Art Car, 1979. Photo: BMW.

BMW M1 — Andy Warhol Art Car, 1979. Photo: BMW.

Grönlund-Nisunen - Wave of Matter 2012
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The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife (Tako to ama, literally Octopus(es) and shell diver), also known as Girl Diver and Octopi, Diver and Two Octopi. An erotic woodcut of the ukiyo-e genre by the Japanese artist Hokusai. (Wikipedia)

The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife (Tako to ama, literally Octopus(es) and shell diver), also known as Girl Diver and Octopi, Diver and Two Octopi. An erotic woodcut of the ukiyo-e genre by the Japanese artist Hokusai. (Wikipedia)

Alan Bean: Spirit of Space Flight - Rocket in Flight, Glass Mosaic Completed c.1961.
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Alan BeanSpirit of Space Flight - Rocket in Flight, Glass Mosaic Completed c.1961.

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Alan Bean: Hopes and Dreams, 1987.
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O. Winston Link: Sometimes Electricity Fails, Vesuvius, VA., 1956.

O. Winston Link: Sometimes Electricity Fails, Vesuvius, VA., 1956.

Frantisek Drtikol: Nude study, circa 1925-1928.

Frantisek Drtikol: Nude study, circa 1925-1928.