From the Factory Archives
(13.Sep.05) "2192 days since leaving orbit."
On this day six years ago (in an alternate reality) the Moon was violently ripped from Earth orbit by a cataclysmic nuclear explosion, sending the inhabitants of Moonbase Alpha into the unknown. So begins Gerry Anderson’s fanciful 1970’s Sci-Fi cult classic TV show, Space: 1999. To celebrate this historic day in geekdom history, resident artist, Dave Brasgalla, is pleased to offer his latest freeware collection – Space: 1999. Fans of the series will instantly recognize the objects and ships from the short-lived show. Rendered in loving detail, there is something here for everyone and the collection is available for Macintosh, PC or Pixadex iContainer. So hop on a travel tube and blast off to adventure!
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