The artwork depicts Marilyn Monroe, known to be the Sexiest Woman of the 20th Century, poses for the camera wearing a formfitting spacesuit on Mars. I was inspired by Dr. Buzz Adrin’s “Get Your <Bleep> to Mars” in creating this piece, but I had to title it with a more kid friendly phrase. This piece gained attraction during the Phoenix Comic Con and Spacefest. This artwork was created in 2014 because I wanted to capture a moment in time of a rich aerospace world beyond Earth and uses artwork to communicate to the general public to get their @#$& to Mars!!
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