May 18 2024

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New Star Trek Art Prints

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Bye Bye, Robot has announced four new Star Trek prints.

The prints are based on the original series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Enterprise.

The original series print is The Doomsday Machine. This print, created by Mark Brayer, features a design with “the U.S.S. Enterprise and U.S.S. Constellation along with key elements from the TOS episode of the same name.” This print is 16″x24″ and is printed on heavyweight acid-free card stock.

Next up is Blue Enterprise, created by Jeff Foster. In this print, the classic USS Enterprise NCC-1701 is seen in “shades of blue, red, orange and white.” Blue Enterprise is 18″x24″ in size.

Another poster by Foster is Enterprise x3. In this print, three different USS Enterprises are featured; one from the original series, one from The Next Generation, and one from Enterprise. The print measures 18″x23.”

The last print is a Deep Space Nine poster from Nicole Padberg Munkdale. This print “pays tribute to classic Vegas-style concert marquee posters from the 1960s, but with Vic Fontaine direct from Quark’s Bar.” From The Heart measures 18″x24″ on heavyweight acid-free card stock.

Each poster will cost $25.00 and can be ordered here.

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