Book Notes: 'Visions of Space'

Featuring a bloodthirsty Chesley Bonestell

This tome, put together in 1989 by retro sci-fi artist David A Hardy, aims to be a “documentation of the development of Space Art from the 19th century to the present day.”

Hardy’s a very precise writer, and he packs a huge amount of information into this book, a lot of which wasn’t relevant to my research and so I didn’t take notes on. But if you’re a f…

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