The round red, white and blue insignia, nicknamed the “meatball,” was designed by employee James Modarelli in 1959, NASA’s second year. The design incorporates references to different aspects of the mission of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The round shape of the insignia represents a planet. The stars represent space. The red v-shaped wing represents aeronautics. The circular orbit around the agency’s name represents space travel.
Bella Canvas 3901: Grey Triblend
52% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% polyester
Spun from plush sponge fleece fabric, this remarkably soft pullover crewneck sweatshirt lends itself to daily wear and year-round layering. Featuring ribbed cuffs and waistband, a crew neck, and fashion-forward fleece fabrication.
Triblend Colors: 50% Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 37.5% polyester fleece, 12.5% rayon, 32 single 8.2 oz
Imported, printed in the USA
Artistry meets precision in the traditional printing process of screen printing. Highly skilled screen printers meticulously prepare stencils, mix ink, and then force the ink through a screen to create a print. The result is a print with crisp lines, a bold look, and vibrant colors that will last!
Our custom frames are made in the USA with the highest standards and archival components. All frames are handcrafted, and will protect your artwork for the long haul.
Each frame is uniquely built by a master framing team, and ships right to your door guaranteed to fit and properly preserve your artwork. All the necessary instructions and hardware for mounting and hanging will be included - all you'll need is a hammer and the right wall space.
Please allow 2 weeks for your framed print to ship.