That’s Robert Bigelow’s granddaughter’s name on the outside of the ship. An out-of-this-world present to her, according to Leonard David.
In this interior shot, you can just make out some snapshots floating around in the background. Presumably this is a test of the Fly Your Stuff program, in which members of the public, including yours truly, submitted images and small objects to be flown on the ship.
Genesis II is a sub-scale test version of the full-up space station modules Bigelow Aerospace is building as part of the first commercial space station program. The ship joined Genesis I in orbit on June 28.