I saw this Star Wars print by headfuzzbygrimboid on Etsy last week. I was rather taken with the concept of placing a movie scene with musical notes from the Star Wars theme. In this case, he has put the Luke’s final assault on the Death Star. Nice and unusual.
It’s going to be an expensive couple of months. David Rabbitte has just posted this image of a new Star Wars piece that he’s working on called “Victory” depicting the moment that Han Solo goes to meet Luke in the Massassi temple after he destroys the Death Star.
I have a few James Hance prints and i love his style and humour. Galaxy Explorers is his latest piece featuring characters from Up as Han and Leia in the Millennium Falcon cockpit.
Whilst looking through the Toy-Palace Website, i also came across this shoulder bag by SD Toys…
Some time ago i posted about the silver coin set and Millennium Falcon case from the New Zealand mint.
This art print by The Tattered Traveler is simply made by cutting strips from magazines, but it’s an unusual style and i haven’t seen the Falcon done this was before.
This Millennium Falcon tee by Super7 was initially offered out as an exclusive for SDCC. Its pretty cool the way they’ve printed the Millennium Falcon words into shape.
For the collector with a serious amount of money is this beautiful original painting by Jerry Vanderstelt. It’s called Contraband and shows Han and Chewie a fire fight whilst pursuing some of their less than legal business affairs.
The painting itself is 30″ by 40″. You can bid here, but i suspect that the winning bid will be between $20, 000 to $25, 000.
Here are some close up photos.
Today, for one day only on Shirtpunch is “That’s No Moon” for $10.
ACME archives have just released this beautiful print by Tsuneo Sanda called Cloud City Celebration and it features every character and vehicle (with the exception of the Star Destroyers) from The Empire Strikes Back on landing platform 327.