Painting of Neil Armstrong’s photograph of Apollo 11 crew mate, Buzz Aldrin on July 20th, 1969. (That’s right, it’s not Neil!). What hit the hearts of Americans was that the genderless space suit allowed him to become every man (or woman). Anyone could be in that suit. It is a portrait of humanity evolving before our eyes into something new and extraordinary. The photographs taken on that day would go down in history as one of the most iconic images ever known.
Fun fact: The Apollo astronauts wore spacesuits made by the bra company, Playtex
Interior Design by: JLA Designs
81”w x 74”h
Private Residence, DC