Read more about the article Famous Air Force One Livery Created by Auto Designer to Remain on New Aircraft
The current livery for Air Force One has been in place since the Kennedy administration, and was designed in part by Raymond Loewy. President Obama on April 4, 2009. NATO bilateral with Greek Prime Minister. Press conference Arrival in Prague. (White House photo by Pete Souza)

Famous Air Force One Livery Created by Auto Designer to Remain on New Aircraft

Designer of the livery has long history of stunning automotive design. Air Force One, the aircraft that carries the U.S. President around the world, is expected to retain the look…

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Edward G. Gibson, science pilot for Skylab 4, demonstrates zero-gravity as he floats through the airlock module hatch. About astronauts’ life in space, Raymond Loewy wrote, “Whether their experience will be one to which they wish to return, rich and rewarding, or a ghastly stretch in some cosmic Devil’s Island, is, in a large way, up to us all.”

Making Skylab Human-Friendly

Best known for his iconic designs, from the Lucky Strike logo to Air Force One, Raymond Loewy also consulted on NASA’s first space station. By Rebecca Maksel, courtesy Air &…

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