Chances are, if you're a regular reader of Airows, you love good design and all things space travel. So, this beautifully done Kickstarter project is right on the money for you.
Back in 1974, designers Richard Danne and Bruce Blackburn pitched NASA with a wonderful portfolio documenting their design dreams for the government agency responsible for space programs. It was a huge hit, widely accepted, and regularly used as the "Design Bible" for 18 years, until it was killed in 1992.
It's being reissued for this first time thanks to some fans who admire it greatly. At $79, it's a stunning look at beautiful retro-future design, dreams, and exploration.
Here's a look inside the manual. Your coffee table or office bookshelf is desperately calling for this.