Art is always inspired by something - a feeling, an event, a muse. So what can artists come up with when their given muse is a large, technologically advanced telescope? NASA, which has long acknowledged how space exploration can inspire works of art, selected 25 multimedia artists to view the large, infrared James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), and create artwork inspired by the telescope itself. While all of the chosen artists were easily inspired by the telescope and what it represents, Shapeways community member Ashley Zelinskie, whose artwork we've enjoyed before, took the project a step further and used 3D printing to create her original artwork - a modern technology, being used to create art based on a new piece of technology that will be used to look back into the history of our galaxy. Read more at