Image credit: J. Hester & P. Scowen, STScI, ESA, NASA Alright all you space cadets out there... If you're over 25, you might remember the launching of the Hubble Telescope in 1990. If not, you're still probably familiar with some of the amazing deep space images it has captured over the years. First filmed in 1995, scientists once again pointed their giant telescope at the iconic Eagle Nebula (also known as Messier 16) in order to capture the famous "Pillars of Creation" in sharper, wider, "2015" view. According to NASA, the pillars are made of "especially dense clouds of molecular hydrogen gas and dust that have survived longer than their surroundings" (much like your Grandpa). This new and improved image was possible thanks to upgrades made to the Hubble Space Telescope over the past 25 years. If you're feeling extra spacey, you can also see the new Pillars of Creation image in detail in an amazing new video. While you may never get to see the actual Pillars of Creation up close, we've compiled a bunch of Interstellar DBH Designs that will take you at least part way there! - By Robert
Talk about inner peace... or maybe this astronaut has some serious heartburn. This top-50 design is a super galactic vision by fourscore that uses contrasting deep lines and bright explosions of color to form the perfect balance of dark and light. Have one ready for your next rocket mission and remember... it's what's on the cosmic inside that counts.
The creator at work, or play? Less flashy but no less impressive than its interstellar neighbors, Space Symphony is a legit work of art. Amazing depth of field, perfect geometric line work and subtle greyscale make this work by U.S. designer by Kyle_Cobban a sleeper hit. Pick one up for the giant bespectacled space-artist in you.
Sometimes you eat the universe, and well... sometimes the universe eats you. The Earth abides in this stunning collaboration between super-designer Biotwist and Dzeri 29. Featuring beautiful shading and bright colors, this design looks just perfect on a black T or a phone case. Hurry and get one before... gulp
There's an entire galaxy outside that window, and it looks kinda spooky! This celestial design by Lighthouse features awesome pyramids against a backdrop from an actual NASA/ESA image (just like "pillars"). Grab one for your favorite space traveler today... just don't open the door.
Star-Turtle Warpbeast, the leader in intergalactic travel... now servicing Phoenix, Tucson, and the Milky Way! This amazingly-detailed work juxtaposes bright, subtle flashes of color with impeccable greyscale to bring you yet another frame-able design by South African designer DavidMaclennan. All aboard!
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