Celebration of Apollo 11’s travel from July 16th to 24th, 1969. Including datas such as the trans-lunar and trans-earth coast, the number of hours the mission took, the exact time on the Moon at the moment of the first step, an excerpt from the plaque “Here men from the planet earth first set foot on the moon July 1969 A.D. We came in peace for all mankind,” and a qr-code leading to a one-hour audio of the key moments of the 195-hours mission, fifty years later, this poster wants to remind today’s earth inhabitants, the peace goal of this mission
The collaborative process between the two designers was that once they agreed on the theme, an original photographic construction of Martin Venezky was created on the theme of the moon. The document came delivered in a form of multi layered file, giving generously the freedom to Jean-Benoit Levy to move certain elements around so that his part of adding text and additional pictures of the moon and the earth would merge into this unique composition. It appeared at the end that there must be precisely 50 moon on that poster...
Several recognitions worldwide
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