In the 1950s, moon landings were just science fiction. But space travel was going to happen for real, and people were pumped. We may be further along in space exploration now, but today's spacecraft aren't nearly as charming as the ones envisioned decades ago in books, TV and movies like Forbidden Planet and Assignment: Outer Space. Scott Nelles' sculpture has zoomed back to the future in high retro style to refresh that innocent, mid-twentieth century excitement. Cast of recycled aluminum and bronze, its nose cone folds back to reveal a little bronze spaceman who just happens to hide a coin slot. Put your pocket change in it every night. When it's full, treat yourself to a 3D sci-fi flick. Made in Traverse City, Michigan.