Photo: https://www.nasa.gov/webbfirstimages/ (NASA, ESA, CSA, and STScI)
The luminous images offered by the James Webb Space Telescope with its landscape of figures that resemble mountains and valleys intervened with bright stars have revived the interest in looking for decorative elements in astronomical motifs.
From the moon to the contrast of the deep darkness of outer space and the hues of stars, all that landscape beyond what we know here on Earth has a potential for inspiration.
Using dark blue, black, white, and gold hues, patterns such as constellations, and even (especially in children’s rooms) images of rockets and astronauts can add a different and playful touch.
We know little about space, but the images we associate with it will always amaze us.