The Men Who Made Space Colonies Look Like Home

By Veronique Greenwood|Wednesday, February 27, 2013
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The sun shafts down on a group of cocktail drinkers, as a woman in a white dress laughs at something her camel-coated companion has said and a bartender stands at ease, wearing a faint smile. Behind the revelers, a rolling landscape of red roofs recedes uncannily toward a glowing ring of sky. Above, freed from gravity’s clutch, a man on a bicycle rigged with orange sails glides across the crescent horizon. Stumble across the paintings of Rick Guidice and Don Davis in some dark corner of th...
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