A programmer from the United States draws transport for space flight, inspired by a peeler, thermometer and shampoo.
Eric Goisch (Eric Geusz) – a programmer from the United States, working in the military-industrial company Northrop Grumman. But in his free time he draws spaceships based on everyday objects, from a thermometer to a champagne bottle. In Goysh’s view, almost any thing can become the basis for a rocket design.
“I’m a big fan of science fiction. And I often find myself fantasizing and transforming the world into something else, ”the American said. He posts his work on Twitter , Instagram and on ArtStation , calling his style “Spaceship Things”.
In addition to “Spaceship things”, the programmer draws and other works on the topic of space, and also comes up with his own ship design. Also in his portfolio are art on the topic of Star Wars and cyberpunk.