April 19 2024

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Bead Me Down, Scotty

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Artist Devorah Sperber has created another Star Trek sculpture made out of spools, chenille stems and semi-translucent beads.

In the lobby of the Microsoft Studio D office in Redmond, Washington is a unique sculpture, which appears to show the crew of the original series materializing before their eyes.

The sculpture, created by Sperber, was inspired by the original series episode Mirror, Mirror, although the crewmembers are not in their Mirror, Mirror uniform versions, alas.

This is not Sperber’s first Star Trek sculpture. TrekToday reported on Sperber’s Trek artwork two years ago. In addition to the Mirror, Mirror-inspired sculpture, she has also done a “Holodeck: Simulation Program” and the Bridge from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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