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 John Williams’ iconic Star Wars theme. In this case, he has put the Luke’s final assault on the Death Star. Nice and unusual.
I contacted him to see if he’d do something similar but with a Millennium Falcon theme and he’s come up with a similar concept of the Millennium Falcon as she flees the second Death Star in Return of the Jedi.
I love the fact that he has taken the time to put the ships in scale with each other. I felt so pedantic, but I have asked if he can amend Darth Vader’s Tie Fighter to a normal Tie. You can order one here for £9.26. I wonder what he has planned for The Empire Strikes Back?
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” that depicts the moment that Han Solo goes to meet Luke in the Massassi temple after he destroys the Death Star.
I think it’s very nice and it’s being released as a print by Acme Archives in the near future. Price and final size have yet to be released. Here are a couple of close up, details shots.
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.
Prints will be available tomorrow from his store.
Whilst looking through the Toy-Palace Website, i also came across this shoulder bag by SD Toys. I haven’t seen this before.
The bags is 27 cms by 35 cms and was 34.90 Euros.
Some time ago i posted about the silver coin set and Millennium Falcon case from the New Zealand mint. It was quite nice, but very pricey. I noticed last week in Toy-Palace.com that they had a different, cheaper set that also came with the Millennium Falcon display case. I must confess that the site was in German and i couldn’t make out exactly what i was buying, but i figured it was worth a shot so i bought one. At 49.90 Euros, it was a heck of a lot cheaper than the silver set and well worth getting.
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. The Print is 8″ by 10″ and is approximately $15.
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.
They’re available here for $35. I think i’ll wait on ordering as postage to the UK can be a little high.