April 25 2024


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Trek Movie Lithographs

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Bye Bye Robot is now offering six new Star Trek-themed lithographs.

The lithographs are inspired by the first six Star Trek movies, from Star Trek: The Motion Picture to Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country.

“These new lithographs are a striking combination of retro movie-poster design and Ferguson’s own personal style,” said Chris Wood, co-founder of Bye Bye, Robot. “They give the viewer a glimpse into the heart of each of the films, and bring to mind the wonderful memories we all have of watching these movies for the first time.”

Sold as a set, each poster is printed on high quality heavyweight 100lb paper, and each poster measures 12″x24″. The set of six sells for $125.00 and can be ordered here.

Click on the thumbnail for a larger image of the posters.

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7 thoughts on “Trek Movie Lithographs

  1. Bigger would be sweet. A somewhat normal aspect ratio would be great too… Oh, and they missed lens flares in 2 of the posters. Shame on them. Don’t they know what current Trek fans want/demand?

  2. I like them, but I’ve got a box of posters I don’t have wall space or frames for already. Now if I could decorate all the house and not just two rooms with them… then maybe… lol.

  3. I’m sure you could do that… and doing so would probably remove the cause of the inability to do so in the first place… me? I’d keep the girl.

  4. These are all nice, but that one for III is outstanding. Had I the wallspace and the approval of the ward staff…

    I have to wonder. Given the increasing virtualization of our world and the shrinkage of available vertical real estate, would they consider offering a very high resolution digital copy? Given that a nice poster-sized HD screen is getting downright cheapish, taking one and upending it for the purpose strikes me as a cost-effective alternative to multiple frames. One could rotate the posters according to one’s mood.

  5. I’d buy one. That TSFS poster is just gorgeous. Looks like something Bob Peak himself would have done.

    The TMP poster is my second favorite. Very subtle and clever, the way the Enterprise’s saucer doubles as the glowing sensor in the Ilia-droid’s throat (it took a few looks before I noticed that).

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