New York Times Square

On Saturday 20th July, the Aldrin Family Foundation & the People’s Picture hosted a day-long, free family celebration in support of The People’s Moon project in Times Square in honor of the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest achievements of all time – landing a human on the Moon. City, state and national partners have come together to help transform the heart of New York City into Tranquility Base, the Apollo 11 landing site. From fun-filled educational activities to iconic footage from 1969 on the infamous Times Square screens families will have the opportunity celebrate this historic milestone.

Guests were also able to walk on a giant, floor-based mosaic of the iconic Moon boot print at Marriott Marquis Times Square. The mosaic was populated with photos from people around the world sharing their “giant leap” moments and dreams, as well as memories from Apollo 11.

For more information and press releases click here.

new york
times square

On Saturday 20th July, the Aldrin Family Foundation & the People’s Picture hosted a day-long, free family celebration in support of The People’s Moon project in Times Square in honor of the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest achievements of all time – landing a human on the Moon. City, state and national partners have come together to help transform the heart of New York City into Tranquility Base, the Apollo 11 landing site.

From fun-filled educational activities to iconic footage from 1969 on the infamous Times Square screens families will have the opportunity celebrate this historic milestone.

Guests were also able to walk on a giant, floor-based mosaic of the iconic Moon boot print at Marriott Marquis Times Square. The mosaic was populated with photos from people around the world sharing their “giant leap” moments and dreams, as well as memories from Apollo 11.

For more information and press releases click here.

LONDON PICCADILLY LIGHTS

On Saturday 20th July, the People’s Picture and the People’s Moon dominated the entire Piccadilly Lights screen between 9-10pm, the exact hour 50 years ago that Apollo 11 landed the first humans on the Moon. The Piccadilly Circus screens, operated by Ocean Outdoor displayed 10,000 images from both the NASA archives and from public submissions submitted to the People’s Moon website, as well as historical sequences.

Derek Manns, Digital Advertising Manager at Landsec, which operates the Piccadilly Lights said: “Piccadilly Lights is renowned for capturing the eyes and minds of over 300 million people that pass through Piccadilly Circus each year. This interactive experience from The People’s Moon is a great opportunity to unite people all over the world, and we’re excited to be part of the celebrations for this inspiring moment in our history.”

For more information and press releases click here.

london
picadilly lights

On Saturday 20th July, the People’s Picture and the People’s Moon dominated the entire Piccadilly Lights screen between 9-10pm, the exact hour 50 years ago that Apollo 11 landed the first humans on the Moon. The Piccadilly Circus screens, operated by Ocean Outdoor displayed 10,000 images from both the NASA archives and from public submissions submitted to the People’s Moon website, as well as historical sequences.

Derek Manns, Digital Advertising Manager at Landsec, which operates the Piccadilly Lights said: “Piccadilly Lights is renowned for capturing the eyes and minds of over 300 million people that pass through Piccadilly Circus each year. This interactive experience from The People’s Moon is a great opportunity to unite people all over the world, and we’re excited to be part of the celebrations for this inspiring moment in our history.”

For more information and press releases click here

ART SCIENCE MUSEUM, SINGAPORE

On Saturday 20th July, a combination of artwork by The People’s Picture and historical footage produced by Blue Aurora Media screened around the world and at the Art Science Museum, Marina Bay the celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first humans to land on the Moon.

“We are delighted to be coordinating Singapore’s participation in The People’s Moon project,” said Yvonne Lin, Assistant Director at the Singapore Space and Technology Association. “This is an exciting time for the space industry in Singapore with major opportunities in the rapidly growing commercial and scientific sector.”

The People’s Moon will be part of “Moongazers”, a special programme at the ArtSci Museum, held in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing.

For more information and press releases click here.

art science museum
singapore

On Saturday 20th July, a combination of artwork by The People’s Picture and historical footage produced by Blue Aurora Media screened around the world and at the Art Science Museum, Marina Bay the celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first humans to land on the Moon.

“We are delighted to be coordinating Singapore’s participation in The People’s Moon project,” said Yvonne Lin, Assistant Director at the Singapore Space and Technology Association. “This is an exciting time for the space industry in Singapore with major opportunities in the rapidly growing commercial and scientific sector.”

The People’s Moon will be part of “Moongazers”, a special programme at the ArtSci Museum, held in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the first Moon landing.

For more information and press releases click here.

HOUSE OF LORDS DEBATE, LONDON

On Monday, July 15, 2019, Members of the House of Lords (the upper house of the UK Parliament) joined the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing with a special debate. Lord Andrew Mawson OBE led the debate, giving a national focus in the UK for the anniversary of a phenomenal human achievement and The People’s Moon project.

“I received a phone call from the Aldrin Family Foundation and artist Helen Marshall, who asked if I would be willing to work with them on The Peoples Moon project. This initiative brings people from across world together to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing on the 20th July 2019, inviting them to upload their photos and stories to be part of a giant photo mosaic.”

For more information and press releases click here.

house of lords debate
london

On Monday, July 15, 2019, Members of the House of Lords (the upper house of the UK Parliament) joined the celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Moon landing with a special debate. Lord Andrew Mawson OBE led the debate, giving a national focus in the UK for the anniversary of a phenomenal human achievement and The People’s Moon project.

“I received a phone call from the Aldrin Family Foundation and artist Helen Marshall, who asked if I would be willing to work with them on The Peoples Moon project. This initiative brings people from across world together to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing on the 20th July 2019, inviting them to upload their photos and stories to be part of a giant photo mosaic.”

For more information and press releases click here.

 

APOLLO 50TH GALA, KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

On July 16 2019, The Apollo 50th Gala event presented The People’s Moon and the Lunar Window by Jannicke Mikkelsen and pay tribute to humanity’s (seemingly)  impossible achievement of reaching the Moon, from our first steps to tomorrow’s giant leaps in space. The People’s Picture are proud to be a design sponsor for the Apollo 50th Gala celebration – bringing the collateral, the website, passes and much more. The Apollo 50th Gala will celebrate the historic launch of Apollo 11 exactly 50 years to the day of lift-off.

For more information click here.

APOLLO 50TH GALA, KENNEDY SPACE CENTER

On July 16 2019, The Apollo 50th Gala event presented The People’s Moon and the Lunar Window by Jannicke Mikkelsen and pay tribute to humanity’s (seemingly)  impossible achievement of reaching the Moon, from our first steps to tomorrow’s giant leaps in space. The People’s Picture are proud to be a design sponsor for the Apollo 50th Gala celebration – bringing the collateral, the website, passes and much more. The Apollo 50th Gala will celebrate the historic launch of Apollo 11 exactly 50 years to the day of lift-off.

For more information click here.

St Paul's Way Trust Science Summer School

On July 4 2019, St Paul’s Way Trust School hosted by Brian Cox involved 400 young people and experts from across the sciences in The People’s Moon workshops as part of the Apollo 50 celebrations worldwide. Together with the People’s Picture young people made their very own ‘Apollo 50th’ photo mosaic together using historic photos and selfies captured on the day. This was exhibited on a giant touchscreen, and their photos are included in the final interactive photo mosaic.

St Paul’s Way Trust Science Summer School is generously supported by AXA XL and Ibstock PLC.

For more information click here.

St Paul’s Way Trust Science Summer School

On July 4 2019, St Paul’s Way Trust School hosted by Brian Cox involved 400 young people and experts from across the sciences in The People’s Moon workshops as part of the Apollo 50 celebrations worldwide. Together with the People’s Picture young people made their very own ‘Apollo 50th’ photo mosaic together using historic photos and selfies captured on the day. This was exhibited on a giant touchscreen, and their photos are included in the final interactive photo mosaic.

St Paul’s Way Trust Science Summer School is generously supported by AXA XL and Ibstock PLC.

For more information click here.

Digital Graffiti Festival

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is a one-of-a-kind projection art festival where artists use the latest digital technologies to project their original works onto the iconic white walls of Alys Beach. On May 17-18, The People’s Moon project was officially launched at the festival, 50 years to the day that Apollo 10 mission successfully launched.

Each year, the festival attracts digital artists, filmmakers, musicians, interactive designers, photographers, VJs, producers, celebrities, agency executives and fans of art, technology and architecture. We will be collecting photos for the giant artwork at the festival.

For more information click here

Digital Graffiti Festival

Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach is a one-of-a-kind projection art festival where artists use the latest digital technologies to project their original works onto the iconic white walls of Alys Beach. On May 17-18, The People’s Moon project was officially launched at the festival, 50 years to the day that Apollo 10 mission successfully launched.

Each year, the festival attracts digital artists, filmmakers, musicians, interactive designers, photographers, VJs, producers, celebrities, agency executives and fans of art, technology and architecture. We will be collecting photos for the giant artwork at the festival.

For more information click here