Remember Â when I said I was working on a Carl Sagan Day project? It’s all finished!
I created a limited edition series of pendants to honor Carl Sagan and to help raise money for the Center for Inquiry.
You guys, I’m so seriously honored to have been part of this project.
I remember being a little kid and sitting on the shag carpet while my Dad watched, Cosmos. It wasn’t until years later that I actually understood what was being discussed but the beauty, wonder and awe from that television series truly impacted me and inspired me in a multitude of wonderful ways. It made me feel like there were mysteries left to unravel, adventures to take, lessons worth learning and ultimately art to make.
I now own Cosmos on DVD and not only can I finally completely understand the concepts being discussed, it amazes me and inspires even more now! It’s pretty freakin’ fantastic that a show from 30 years ago can actually hold it’s own as far as production quality and content today. It’s still more intelligent and beautiful than most of what is aired on major networks today. Seriously, by far.
If you haven’t watched Cosmos, I highly recommend it. You can evenÂ watch it for free on Hulu. You will not be disappointed and if you play it for your children you just might raise a little scientist, astronomer or a science-enthusiast-artist of your very own.
And of course, Cosmos is just a drop in the bucket of the contributions to science and skepticism made by the late-great Carl Sagan.
A special thanks to all the nice folks at CFI and to Ann Druyan for allowing me to create art to honor a skeptical hero. Please check out all the exciting events CFI and their affiliates have planned to honor and remember Carl Sagan and if you would like to support CFI and own a limited edition Cosmos Surly made by me, click here.
*end shameless self-promotion and fan girl behavior*