During the Apollo missions of the 1960s, Charles M. Schulz gave NASA permission to use Snoopy on the Agency’s spaceflight safety materials.
In the 50 years since, Snoopy has appeared on NASA safety posters, stickers, and has even flown to space as the Silver Snoopy pin – one the of the highest forms of recognition a NASA employee can receive.
Now Peanuts and NASA have entered into a Space Act Agreement, to work together to bring the joys of space exploration and STEM into the lives of the next generation.
In commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11, The Skateroom and Peanuts have come together to also pay tribute to the “dress rehearsal” mission that allowed mankind to land on the moon: Apollo 10.
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The Skateroom’s main aim is to empower young people around the globe using art and skateboarding. From graffiti and street art to fine art and photography, The Skateroom’s decorative decks appeal to collectors and art enthusiasts alike.
Each time The Skateroom releases a new artist range, part of the proceeds are donated to Skateistan – an NGO that works with young people in Afghanistan and Cambodia. The Skateroom uses a 5:25 policy: it donates 5% of the turnover or 25% of the profit from every sale – whichever number is greater.