Balloon to the Moon by Christopher Nielsen

Phosphor Art's Christopher Nielsen has been working away in the background on something exciting for Big Picture Books / Templar.

Balloon to the Moon, written by Gill Arbuthnott is the story of the human journey to space.

Australian illustrator Christopher Nielsen brings his signature style to the book, filling the pages with colourful and retro illustrations. The book will be published in June 2019, so in the meantime, enjoy this description of the book:

Long before anyone had designed a rocket, the Montgolfier brothers were making hot air balloons. In October 1783, they became the first people to experience controlled flight. Balloon to the Moon starts there and leads to Neil Armstrong's 'small step' and beyond. But why stop there?

Learn about the great innovations of the past, then get ready for BLAST OFF into an unknown but exciting future.

To see more of Christopher Nielsen's work, check out his portfolio on the Phosphor Art website. Find out more about Balloon to the Moon here.

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