How I Became a Space Artist

How I Became a Space Artist

FlashGordan2014 – Somewhat of a different twist but still space related. This is an article about David Hardy–a space artist.

He started his career as an employee in the Design Office of Cadbury’s, where he created packaging and advertising art for the company’s confectionery.

His first science fiction art was published in 1970, but he has gone on to illustrate hundreds of covers for books, and for magazines such as The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact. His work also appears regularly in magazines such as Astronomy, Sky & Telescope, Astronomy Now and Popular Astronomy, for which he also writes articles.

Credit: Astronomerswithoutborders.org – David A. Hardy, FBIS, FIAAA.  Posted By Andrew Fazekas on Wednesday, 07 May 2014. Posted in AstroArts Blog.

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