Travis Scott's Merch Line S.P.A.C.E. Could Sell Anything From Shirts To Dog Food

Travis Scott is making some moves behind the scenes.

(AllHipHop News) Travis Scott is planning to extend his Astroworld brand by trademarking several space themed terms.

The rapper registered Astroworld, the name of his latest album, at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in May for use selling apparel - and subsequently launched an extensive merchandise line.

Now the 26-year-old is looking to trademark several terms relating to space for use selling all types of clothing and accessories.

According to documents filed with Trademark Office officials late last month, Travis plans to flog clothing branded as 'S.P.A.C.E', 'S.P.A.C.E 1991', and the term ,'S.P.A.C.E 2001' - which bears a close resemblance to the title of Stanley Kubrick's beloved 1968 science-fiction film "2001: A Space Odyssey."

When registering Astroworld, Travis, real name Jacques Berman Webster II, ensured he had the rights to use the word to promote live gigs - and subsequently curated his own festival using the name.

However, his new filings show no indication he plans to use the term 'S.P. A.C.E' for concerts - although he wants to use it for selling downloadable music.

Other S.P.A.C.E. branded products could include everything from slippers and pajamas to dog apparel.