Since I came across the Italian LP astronaut clones by Baravelli I've been enthralled by the box art. I can't think of any other Company that attempts to illustrate them in such detail, not even LP.
Okay, there have been some other drawings of LP spacemen, such as those in the Moon Base Play Set graphic in the Project SWORD Manual, but they're simple affairs.
Baravelli must have employed a talented artist to capture the LP's in their characteristic poses and place them in really exciting scenarios featuring the toy vehicle in that particular set.
The art is worthy of a comic strip in my opinion.
Intrigued as to whether all the LP's were illustrated by Baravelli I compared the box art figures with the actual LP spacemen. I'm not sure they did but you may want to check yourself. Some of the illustrations are at different angles to the normally erect astronauts!
Here are all 8 LP spacemen with their small SpaceX equivalents courtesy of Paul Vreede from his excellent Origins of Tri-ang SPACEX Figures posted on the blog, unbelievably, 6 years ago:
Here's my comparison. The two question marks relate to the corresponding illustrations to the left. I don't know which LP figures they are meant to be.