World's Loneliest Astronaut by Derek Stewart

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  • Brendan Ninness
    Brendan Ninnessover 5 years ago

    Haha cool man!

  • maggotmaster
    maggotmasterover 5 years ago

    this is sooo awesome!

  • SusanSanford
    SusanSanfordover 5 years ago

    Makes me thin of the phrase “lost in the stars”

  • o0OdemocrazyO0o
    o0OdemocrazyO0oover 5 years ago

    so very well done..great feel :D

  • Riley McDonald
    Riley McDonaldabout 5 years ago

    Your work is so very creative,
    but this has to be my favourite.
    You can really feel the isolation haha
    very nice

  • Thanks for the comment; thats exactly whar i was going for :)

    – Derek Stewart

  • Ian Woodward
    Ian Woodwardalmost 5 years ago

    I love it

  • Thank you, Ian!

    – Derek Stewart

  • Sinclair Moore
    Sinclair Mooreover 4 years ago


  • Sebastiaan Koenen
    Sebastiaan Koenenover 4 years ago

    Good and enjoyable idea!

  • Lenny La Rue, IPA
    Lenny La Rue, IPAabout 4 years ago

    LOL! Ya know what this reminded me of? The first space missions for the US had a “splash down” time and location: the place where an astronaut’s capsule was supposed to drop into the ocean. There weren’t too many times the projected location was far from a recovery vessel but they couldn’t be too close either or they might actually hit the ship. So what if one was lost on a tiny high spot that nobody knew was there in the 1960’s? The thumbnail for this image looks exactly like that because the ground looks like mostly water when viewed alone.

    This will be one of my favourite Red Bubble images for a long, long time!

  • Wow. Thanks so much for the comment and the detailed interpretation. Glad you like the image :)

    – Derek Stewart

  • Prince Gupta
    Prince Guptaover 2 years ago

    great one… really..

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