Creame Goes Interstellar! Space Art for Kids!

Creame space art for kids. Artwork by Annisa Tiara Utami.

Unfortunately, as we get older, chances are that not all of us will become astronauts as we promised to ourselves during the 2nd grade. What’s left is to accept the bitter truth that our only chance lies in the future. And, funnily enough, this future seems pretty bright! Judging by what’s happening in the field of Space industries, our grandchildren will most likely be able to take a quick joyride to the Mars just like we take our weekend trips to the cousin’s place. So let’s get the little ones inspired early on with some charming space art for kids, envisioned  and superbly executed by the virtuoso that is Annisa Tiara Utami!

It All Starts Here

Creame space art for kids. Artwork by Annisa Tiara Utami.

“Twin Moon” 

Most of the Science Greats were little weirdos, constantly imagining big thoughts nobody  else would buy. At least, that’s the lovely stereotype we like to believe in. The solitude factor played a big part, but if this is what it’s all about, we’re ready to subscribe! Admiring the great scene from the nearby rooftop as the goofy little one with your cat as the most loyal of sidekicks…childhood rarely gets more miraculous than this and Annisa has an almost superpower-like ability to capture the magic! The road to the stars does not begin on the rocket launch pad, it really begins here!

Education First!

Creame space art for kids. Artwork by Annisa Tiara Utami.

“Solar System”

To travel the space, you have to study it just like you’d study a map of a city before you enter it. So, to avoid going astray, here’s the basic info –  there are eight planets in our solar system: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune. The poor guy Pluto recently fell off the list, because it lacked some characteristics of other planets. Whatever, we still think that accusing a planet and taking away its title just because it has some junk in its orbit is a rather nit-picky thing to do. Now the “black sheep” of our solar system is described with the peculiar term of “dwarf planet”, an equivalent of Anakin Skywalker being rejected from the Jedi council. And we all know how that ended up! All in all, it’s an  another tasty treat from Annisa, one that actually has a huge educational value! In no time, your kiddo will want to get answers about what this space art for kids actually depicts and that’s how your little rocket man usually start!

Can You Walk Those Rings?

Creame space art for kids. Artwork by Annisa Tiara Utami.

“Saturn Child”

It wouldn’t be an overstatement to say that most of us truly believed that the Rings of Saturn are actually…walkable. We hate to break it for you, but they’re actually a rather dangerous combo of icy particles, rocky debris, and dust. Your kid, though, does not necessarily have to know it. Having a belief that you can walk around the second biggest planet in our solar system is a heck of a motivation. Other than that, just take a look at this spellbinding artwork! A complete source material for an award winning animation where a little girl travels the space in a manner that totally breaks our perception of physics! The little ones would love it!

Fun Over the Asteroid Belt

Creame space art for kids. Artwork by Annisa Tiara Utami.

“Lunar Child”

One by one the little space ballerina walks those fleeting bricks crossing the passage of the Moon. Who knows, maybe this is the real reason we’re having eclipses? In fact, this might be the scene that Frank Zappa had in mind while naming his daughter Moon Unit! Annisa gives a visual treat that the little chaps will absolutely adore, taking into account the pure fantasy landscape it envisions. Sincere, subtle, though, it’s safe to say, not to scientifically accurate space adventure. Again, though, space art for kids have to depict only the most beautiful of what this rather dangerous place actually is. No problem here, Houston, only a visual lullaby!

“That’s one small step for a man, one giant leap for the mankind”

Creame space art for kids. Artwork by Annisa Tiara Utami.

“Long Way Home”

Neil Armstrong said the famous words on July 20, 1969, during the Apollo 11 mission to get the human race more familiar with the Moon. Many of us would love to see the same sight the man saw while quipping the sentence. And some actually have all the opportunities to stand in those shoes! We haven’t been up there for more than forty years now, and it’s time to change this for good. Ignite your sunshine’s passion for the interstellar mystery with Annisa’s artworks and maybe he/she will be the one to do the first “moonwalk” of the 21-st century! And don’t worry, no matter what, the kid will always know that the mother planet is the best one!

To encourage your little space invaders even more, we can unveil that most of this space art for kids selection is available in our special offers section! Do not miss out for this what your rugrat’s dreams will be made of!

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Who said that Mars ain't the kind of place to raise your kids? We forgive you this time, Elton! Creame goes interstellar presenting space art for kids!

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