"The assembly of the 'Stanford Torus', detailing the proposed 'chevron shields' above the glass 'skylights'. The interior is
shown primarily hollowed out and heavily planted. Most other depictions show the colony crammed with lavels of high density
housing. Ugh. Oil on board for NASA Ames."
Don Davis got his start in space art working at the U.S. Geological Survey doing the first Lunar maps while
still a teenager. He won an EMMY award for his ground-breaking work in the classic PBS series COSMOS.
His work has appeared in Omni, Smithsonian and Natural History. He often illustrated books and
articles by the late Carl Sagan.
Visit Don's Public Domain Gallery
Public Domain works done for NASA by artist Don Davis.
This page last updated 7-14-01.