In the summer of 1969, Apollo 11 landed the first men on the moon, a pivotal event I remember well. I was about to turn twelve, and that was what twelve-year-old boys were expected to be fascinated with in 1969. I didn’t understand the science, but was drawn to the spectacle, not just that it was happening, but that we could watch it unfold. How was that even possible?
My colleague Jean-Benoit Levy and I combined my photography and his typography to create this commemorative screen-printed 50th-anniversary tribute.