Juno by Ben Farrow

Space Nerd

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Proceeds Support:


Proceeds support Space Horizons, an innovative non profit that promotes interest in STEM education for minority and female students in underserved communities. Space Horizons is a new collection of mission patch designs for your favorite past, present and future missions to help engage a new generation in the excitement of extending humanity’s reach beyond Earth.

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Design By: Ben Farrow
Ben Farrow

I'm a British digital artist who draws animals in suits, and sometimes other things, too. I'm an anthropomorphic artist, a graphic designer, sometimes a photographer, a proud furry, and a self-proclaimed geek. I currently live in Devon where I like to photograph old buildings, draw raccoons and be socially awkward.

 

Design By: Ben Farrow
Ben Farrow

I'm a British digital artist who draws animals in suits, and sometimes other things, too. I'm an anthropomorphic artist, a graphic designer, sometimes a photographer, a proud furry, and a self-proclaimed geek. I currently live in Devon where I like to photograph old buildings, draw raccoons and be socially awkward.

 

Artist Statement

I wanted to create a patch design for a past, present, and future mission. For a present mission, I chose Juno, as it doesn't get more present than having only just reached its destination. I used photos of Pluto, taken by Voyager 1, to get an accurate colour scheme for the planet in my design, and mirrored the same colours in my illustration of Juno itself. Juno is currently orbiting Jupiter, and will be the first spacecraft to take detailed photos of the planet, and to reveal what lies beneath the clouds. It's a monumental mission, seeing for the first time, just what makes up the inner structure of our system's largest planet. — Ben Farrow