What? If Shepard Fairey is capable of making Andre the Giant and Neil Diamond relevant to the 21st Century, there's no way he could have not knocked the design for the ISS out of the park.
The Centre of Advancement of Science in Space (CASIS) is a non-profit agency, created by the US congress, and charged with managing the numerous scientific experiments that take place aboard the International Space Station, as well as finding and promoting citizen science projects carried out there. To commemorate the upcoming agency's inagural flight, dubbed the Advancing Research Knowledge 1 (ARK1) mission, running this September through March 2014, the agency approached Fairey for the patch design. Check out the video above for Fairey's take on the process. [FastCo]