Yet another star in our infinite universe has expanded, showing its last powers and dominance before its incorruptible death. Our curiosity has led us to a planet we assumed could have been inhabited a few million years ago, and quite right, a few thousand feet above the burnt surface we see the remains of solid structures that refuse to give up their pride. A far younger star in the system is darkened by the planet’s only moon, and soon we’re in the core shadow, only illuminated by the red giant that has chased out a whole civilization. Or maybe they never left their world, but perished in their stubbornness.
Einar Charles Larsen
My interest in science started when I was five, when I found a science book soaked with rain water in the forest. I dreamed to be an AstroArt artist since childhood, but I live in a monetary world where money is needed to live. AstroArt didn’t seem like the best business then, so I opted to the next best thing, use my artistic talents on graphic services for advertisement. Now, many years later, I feel that it's time to pay attention to my true passion, where I feel more at home. Creating Astroarts and share it to the world to inspire others to learn more about the landscape beyond our cosmic home, the Earth. I wrote the book “Mr. Nobrain and the Environment” for the same reason. I'm a perfectionist, born before high-tech cell phones was out in the market but nowadays I enjoy a bit of modern lifestyle by spending time in the internet and hanging out in social media whenever possible. Go to the artist's portfolio
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