Since acquiring the teaser poster for The Force Awakens via Disney Movie Rewards, I knew I’d want a special way to display it without spending a fortune on a dedicated backlit display case. Click on through to find out how you can build one yourself with the simplest of tools and the least amount of money. We’re all saving up for Force Friday, right?
Collider has posted an exclusive that Bottleneck Gallery will be having a timed release sale of Marko Manev’s Star Wars Triptych prints this Friday (Jan 17) through Sunday (Jan 19). Prints can be purchased individually or as a matching numbered set. Head on over to Collider.com for details and a closer look at the art.
The StarWars Tumblr page has posted a great concept illustration by Kilian Plunkett for The Ghost from the Star Wars Rebels series. I’m loving this ship more and more every time I see it. Let’s hope that Hasbro does it some sort of justice in the 3-3/4″ line. Click on over to check out a larger view.
Kult Studio has assembled one of the most impressive collections of Star Wars art on the web. View collectible fine art from Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back, Return of the Jedi, The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith and more. Here you’ll find original works as well as some rare limited edition giclées (museum quality prints) and animation art cels. All Star Wars and Lucasfilm artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Free shipping to the US and they offer 10% back on every purchase in the form of store credit.
Matt Busch has posted via twitter that there are a limited quantity of his Celebration Europe II exclusive “Luminous Beings Are We” print available on MattBuschStore.com. Measuring 12″ x 36″, this print is limited to just 250 pieces worldwide and you have the option to have the print remarqued to include a custom Yoda sketch as well. Get yours before they are gone.
To celebrate Lynx Collection’s launch of their new website they are offering their largest discount yet – 30% off any purchase now through June 30th. Use coupon code ROCKIN30 at checkout.
About Lynx Collection:
At Lynx Collection, we have a passion for film and television – and what better way to share that passion with our customers by creating our limited edition poster prints. Each design is carefully crafted and printed on 100-year archival, satin photo paper with a luster finish. Over the past three years our selection has evolved to become a well-pronounced symbol of minimalistic, retro, contemporary design. Our assortment of designers provide the utmost quality from the U.S. and abroad.
Vintage fans take note. On May the 4th this fantastic vintage card back poster will be available for purchase from talented illustrator, Christopher Lee via dribbble. Here are some details on the piece:
My newest (and probably last) compendium poster pays tribute Star Wars and the iconic Kenner card back from the 80’s. This one in particular is the 92 card back which covered the entire basic figure assortment.
All of the characters were designed with the toys as reference. I took a few liberties, but the details are limited to what was provided by the figures alone.
The print will be in my shop by May the 4th (appropriately) 🙂
I’ll post a store link when I have it up.
Various time-lapse process videos can be found here:
Be sure to bookmark the page or watch for an announcement here on Yakface.com when the print becomes available.
The Original Trilogy CUSTOM Collection on CANVAS – black wooden frame
Each canvas measures 24″ x36.” These canvases are stretched and mounted on a black wooden frame. Frame measures 1 1/16″ deep x 1″ thick. Each canvas is coated with a professional polymer to protect against UV rays, dust particles, and other environmental elements.
Each canvas set is limited to only 300 pieces and will NEVER be printed again. Each canvas is signed and numbered on the back of the artwork.
*Original artwork by Drew Roberts. Licensed and owned by Lynx Collection, a division of Sabre Products.
Looking for the poster set and not the canvas set? We have multiple sizes available here.
Starting December 13, Ltd. Art Gallery in Seattle, Washington is holding their second annual Star Wars themed art show, “Who Shot First?” featuring Lucasfilm Fine Art from Acme Archives; and collectible statues, toys, and replicas from Gentle Giant Studios, eFX Collectibles, and Sideshow Collectibles.
Opening Night – SPECIAL EVENTS:
– Costumed characters courtesy of the 501st Legion
– A themed set from DJ Hojo.
– a special “Mos Eisley Cantina” with complimentary drinks
They will also be giving away a Nintendo 3DS to one lucky attendee.’
For more information visit Ltd. Art Gallery’s facebook page.