Artist Biography
DON DAVIS

Don Davis

Don Davis, 48, got his start in space art working at the U.S. Geological Survey doing the first Lunar maps while still a teenager. Few are capable of the detail and accuracy needed for planetary mapping, but Don's maps are accurate enough to target spacecraft by. His attention to detail is legendary even among like-minded artists.

He won an EMMY award for his ground-breaking work in the classic PBS series COSMOS, and also worked on PBS' Planet Earth and Space Age series. His work is seen in TIME-LIFE BOOKS, SMITHSONIAN, NATURAL HISTORY magazines and OMNI to name a few. His filmwork and animation for NASA'a Jet Propulsion Lab include Voyager and Galileo flyby sequences.

He frequently illustrated books and articles by the late Carl Sagan, and he also collaborated for many years with Sagan for his essays in Sunday PARADE magazine. Lately his work has turned primarily digital and is often seen on the Discovery Channel and The Learning Channel in various documentaries on cosmic subjects.

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