ABOUT

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 fulfilled the dreams of humanity by landing on the Moon. As Armstrong took his first step, he famously said That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind 

We collected thousands of your photos and stories. We unveiled giant photo mosaics, Moon and Mars maps at global locations including Times Square, New York City, London Piccadilly Lights and ArtsScience Museum Singapore on July 20, 2019. Search for your photos in our online interactive mosaics.

The Apollo Program was accomplished by the efforts of more than four hundred thousand people who achieved an impossible dream. You can be one of the hundreds of thousands of people to be a part of our mission and be in the People’s Moon. Come and find yourself, your friends and loved ones in the unique installations we’ll be creating around the world.

Everyone on Earth has a dream. Let’s come together to inspire the world to dream the impossible again. Be a part of our grand endeavour to create a giant art installation revealing an iconic image of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, made up of thousands of photos that people like you from around the world have contributed.

View the Events listed on  NASA APOLLO 50TH EVENTS PAGE

 

ABOUT THE FOUNDERS

On July 20, 1969, Apollo 11 fulfilled the dreams of humanity by landing on the Moon. As Armstrong took his first step, he famously said That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind 

We collected thousands of your photos and stories. We unveiled giant photo mosaics, Moon and Mars maps at global locations including Times Square, New York City, London Piccadilly Lights and ArtsScience Museum Singapore on July 20, 2019. Search for your photos in our online interactive mosaics.

The Apollo Program was accomplished by the efforts of more than four hundred thousand people who achieved an impossible dream. You can be one of the hundreds of thousands of people to be a part of our mission and be in the People’s Moon. Come and find yourself, your friends and loved ones in the unique installations we’ll be creating around the world.

Everyone on Earth has a dream. Let’s come together to inspire the world to dream the impossible again. Be a part of our grand endeavour to create a giant art installation revealing an iconic image of the Apollo 11 Moon landing, made up of thousands of photos that people like you from around the world have contributed.

View the Events listed on  NASA APOLLO 50TH EVENTS PAGE

Christina Korp 

Aldrin family foundation

Co-founder of The People’s Moon. Astronaut Wrangler.

As Aldrin Family Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, Christina oversees the day-to-day operations of all educational programs, partnerships, licensing and marketing within the organization, including ShareSpace Foundation, which ignites interest in K-12 students in STEAM fields and boosts scientific literacy.

“We started The People’s Moon project to include the public in the celebration of humanity’s most significant exploration achievement”, says Christina Korp, co-founder of The People’s Moon. “This event 50 years ago inspired a generation to have hope and pursue their own giants leaps and “impossible” dreams. During this 50th Anniversary, we want to bring people together to share this moment – to look up at the moon and have hope again. I feel we need the remember that we all share that same moon and it reminds us we’re humans together on the same planet.” added Korp.

Helen Marshall 

The People’s Picture

Co-founder of The People’s Moon. Artist.

Marshall is a visual artist based in London, United Kingdom. She has pioneered the concept of marking historical anniversaries in giant archive images recreated in a mosaic of pictures of people from all walks of life through The People’s Picture based in her East London studio. Her tributes have ranged from the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, the People’s Monarch celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, to the Face of Suffrage marking the 100th anniversary of British women getting the vote and numerous community and corporate projects.

“The People’s Moon is an opportunity for the public to join all of the world’s citizens to become a part of a living legacy time capsule,” explained artist Helen Marshall, co-founder of The People’s Moon. “People from across the UK and around the world have responded in their thousands to be a part of our grand endeavour to create a giant art installation revealing an iconic image of the Moon,” added Marshall.

the founders

CHRISTINA KORP

ALDRIN FAMILY FOUNDATION

CO-FOUNDER OF THE PEOPLE’S MOON. ASTRONAUT WRANGLER.

As Aldrin Family Foundation’s Chief Operating Officer and Chief Marketing Officer, Christina oversees the day-to-day operations of all educational programs, partnerships, licensing and marketing within the organization, including ShareSpace Foundation, which ignites interest in K-12 students in STEAM fields and boosts scientific literacy.

“We started The People’s Moon project to include the public in the celebration of humanity’s most significant exploration achievement”, says Christina Korp, co-founder of The People’s Moon. “This event 50 years ago inspired a generation to have hope and pursue their own giants leaps and “impossible” dreams. During this 50th Anniversary, we want to bring people together to share this moment – to look up at the moon and have hope again. I feel we need the remember that we all share that same moon and it reminds us we’re humans together on the same planet.” added Korp.

HELEN MARSHALL

THE PEOPLE’S PICTURE

CO-FOUNDER OF THE PEOPLE’S MOON. ARTIST.

Marshall is a visual artist based in London, United Kingdom. She has pioneered the concept of marking historical anniversaries in giant archive images recreated in a mosaic of pictures of people from all walks of life through The People’s Picture based in her East London studio.

Her tributes have ranged from the centenary of the outbreak of World War One, the People’s Monarch celebrating Queen Elizabeth’s Diamond Jubilee, to the Face of Suffrage marking the 100th anniversary of British women getting the vote and numerous community and corporate projects.

“The People’s Moon is an opportunity for the public to join all of the world’s citizens to become a part of a living legacy time capsule,” explained artist Helen Marshall, co-founder of The People’s Moon. “People from across the UK and around the world have responded in their thousands to be a part of our grand endeavour to create a giant art installation revealing an iconic image of the Moon,” added Marshall.

The People’s Picture is a photography and design studio from British artist Helen Marshall. We are experts in visual storytelling, digital photo mosaics and bringing communities together to create, celebrate and own their unique legacy.

People are at the core of each project; people share their memories, dreams and celebrate through pictures. At the People’s Picture, each photo mosaic comprises thousands of images that represents each and every individual, telling a story that unites us as a whole.

Working in a person centred way brings out the community as a whole, and our team of creatives aim in every project is to deliver inclusive and exciting artworks that bring people together. 

The Aldrin Family Foundation strives to cultivate the next generation of space leaders, entrepreneurs and explorers who will extend human habitation beyond the Earth to the Moon and Mars. Our STEAM-based educational tools, curriculum and programs span from a child’s first classroom experience through graduate school and professional programs.