SLS EM-1 by Tom Horwood-Luscombe

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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: Tom Horwood-Luscombe
I am an award winning packaging designer and freelance graphic designer who specializes in sustainable and environmentally conscious design. I am also a huge fan of space exploration and grew up during the prime days of the Shuttle program. I keep connected to the developments in the space industry and follow progress hoping that one day I can send (If not myself) a piece of artwork beyond earth.
Design By: Tom Horwood-Luscombe
I am an award winning packaging designer and freelance graphic designer who specializes in sustainable and environmentally conscious design. I am also a huge fan of space exploration and grew up during the prime days of the Shuttle program. I keep connected to the developments in the space industry and follow progress hoping that one day I can send (If not myself) a piece of artwork beyond earth.
Artist Statement

The New Space Launch System will kick start NASA's latest venture into the solar system and contend with the development of new private ventures. The Mission patch features the SLS Rocket, accenting the proposed colour and style of the Exploratory Mission 1 design (EM-1). The patch also features correctly aligned stars in the Orion Formation in reference to the Orion Capsule that will fly atop the SLS. The Patch focuses and sustains the Orange Shades as would stand out against the proposed orange mars space suits and orange body of the SLS — Tom Horwood-Luscombe