"The first high-altitude “space suits” were less technocratic achievements than feats of adaptation. In 1934 such a hand-formed “tire shaped like a man” brought aviator Wiley Post to the limits of the stratosphere.
This Art Installation Pokes Fun at NASA and Space Exploration New York sculptor Tom Sachs built “A Space Program” entirely out of materials bought from Home Depot. Astronaut Eannarino takes a break after suiting up.
i like to see famous people doing regular things (not just their "public" persona or movie character) - it is nice to see. Alfred Hitchcock, the family man, catching snowflakes during a sleigh ride with his grandchildren, 1960