Jupiter Poster Design

NASA is Giving Away Free “Visions of the Future” Posters

NASA/JPL has designed fourteen visionary posters for everyone and anyone to print and hang up for free at home. These retro posters envision the future where engineers and creatives have allowed us to do things we can only dream of in the present day.

Originally, a creative team at JPL (jet propulsion Laboratory) – known as the “The Studio” – created five posters depicting life on other worlds for the “The Exoplanet Travel Bureau Poster Series” (which we printed), and that innovative set has recently been expanded with nine additional poster designs.

Nine artists, graphic designers, and illustrators were instrumental in designing the posters. The final images are the result of numerous brainstorming sessions with scientists, engineers, and expert communicators. Each poster design went through a grueling number of concepts and revisions before being approved.

On NASA’s website, the Visions of the Future page, you can click on each poster image to learn more about each scenario.


NASA posters


Each file is intended to be printed as 20×30, but they can be easily resized using any competent graphics software like Adobe Photoshop. Our company, Printkeg, has printed these posters before for NASA/JPL and individuals in numerous sizes including 11×17, 12×18, 20×30 and 24×36.


Credits for the posters
Creative Strategy:
Dan Goods, David Delgado

Liz Barrios De La Torre (Ceres, Europa)
Stefan Bucher (Jupiter Design)
Invisible Creature (Grand Tour, Mars, Enceladus)
Joby Harris (Kepler 16b, Earth, Kepler 186f, PSO J318.5-22, Titan)
Jessie Kawata (Venus)
Lois Kim (Typography for Venus and Europa)
Ron Miller (Jupiter Illustration)