Are you a Space Enthusiast? Would you like a fragment of the Moon? Stellar Milieux Moon Spherica (moon fragments in glass) is interested in collaborating with you.

Stellar Milieux give fragile outer space material protection and easy-to-work-with form that you then can integrate into your creations.

Stellar Milieux  is collaborating with curious individuals to offer you an alluring variety of space-themed creations to choose from. Starting with the Moon.

“We insert fragile lunar material inside a high-quality glass to give it protection and an easy-to-work-with spherical form. It is called Spherica and it brings a sensation of outer space to unique creations. From chess pieces to fine necklaces, from electric bikes to custom integrations.

When large asteroids hit the Moon, the collison causes lunar material to lift and disperse. The impact has to be forceful enough for lunar rocks to reach the Moon’s escape velosity (2.38 km/s) and make it to outer space. When such fragments fall on the Earth, they are called lunar meteorites.  These museum verified meteoritic material that comes from the moon can land with you. Stellar Milieux is actively looking for designers in all areas of creation to collaborate with.

“Spherica is a blank sheet of paper. For creative individuals to explore space material for themselves and portray their own visions of the universe. This way a unique and ever so slightly poetic point of view of an individual artist gets to be represented. It is an act of expressing feelings, thoughts, and observations. Outer space offers an enormous room for creativity and I believe its experience is always unique.” Ana Skerjanc, founder.

Moon-themed designs directly fund space research projects and therewith fulfil the final Stellar Milieux mission to intertwine art and science.

It is really out of this world.



Diane Pernet

A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN FASHION and a pioneer of blogging, Diane is a respected journalist, critic, curator and talent-hunter based in Paris. During her prolific career, she designed her own successful brand in New York, costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker.