I have seen Christian Slade’s work on the Rebelscum forums. He has taken various vehicles from the Star Wars universe and painted them as arcade rides. It’s nostalgic work as i remember this style of ride. “Arcade 1979” has the Millennium Falcon.
It’s limited to an edition size of 50 pieces and is $175 for a 9″ by 11 1/2″ print. I would like to get one, but it won’t be too high on my too buy list. The others in the set are;
Arcade 1977 which features Luke’s Landspeeder.
Arcade 1978 featuring Luke’s X-Wing
Arcade 1980 featuring an At-At
Arcade 1981 featuring Darth Vader’s Tie Fighter
Arcade 1982 which has some of the animals seen in the Star Wars Universe
Arcade 1983 featuring a Speeder Bike.
Slave 1 is conspiciously missing. I wonder where the series will go.
The last thing from Society 6 is Falcon by M. W. Bowen. I must say that i laughed a little when i saw this.
I suppose it’s the Jennifer Landa of the avian world.
This work by Fimbis is certainly unsual and very colourful in it’s appearance.
You may not like it, but you can’t deny that it’s unique. I personally think that it’s pretty cool and i will pick one of these up.
Of all the new Society 6 prints i have seen today, this minimalist Millennium Falcon print by Alexander Wansuk Ohlsson is my favourite.
I like the colours and the sense of speed that this work has. It’s also nice that he has taken the efford to draw the Millennium Falcon rather than relying on a silhouette. Yes, i will be adding this to my collection come payday.
While we’re on the subject of The Kessel Run, i thought that this print by Gregory Smith was also pretty decent.
It too is available on Society 6. It’s also worth noting that there is free worldwide shipping on orders over $75.
I saw this Kessel Run image some time ago on Juan’s Black Bat Studios web page. I think that this image is very cool and sent him a message to see if it was available to buy as a print. Unfortunately, i didn’t receive a reply. However, i did stuble upon it on Society 6.
Get one here.