DK books recently released an Incredible Cross Sections book based new designs seen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We were treated to many new cross sections created by digital artist Kemp Remillard, including a brand new cutaway of the Millennium Falcon with 30 over years of upgrades and redesigns.
Close up shots show just how much attention to detail goes into something like this. From details and spoilers on the new movie;
to little snippets taking us back to the Original Trilogy, such as the smuggling compartments, top hatch or the Training remote.
Every single detail has been thought about, discussed and approved. Very well done, Kemp.
Unfortunately, you cannot get this as a print on it’s own, which is a shame as i’d love to hang it next to my Christopher Cushman cross section. For those of you that haven’t yet bought the new Incredible Cross Sections book, i highly recommend it. Check out Kemp’s website for more example of his work.
This hat pin by ThisisHatPining has been done in the style of movie version of Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and is of Han and Chewie riding the Millennium Falcon in the same manner as the movie poster.
It’s not the first time that i have seen this style as this badge from Crossforce Designs has a similar theme.
It’s been a while since I’ve been able to post about a new Millennium Falcon artwork from ACME Archives, but their latest email has this wonderful piece by French artist Stephan Martiniere.
Simply called “Smugglers Rendezvouz“, it’s of Han and Chewie outside the Millennium Falcon waiting for someone. With the sun setting on this alien planet, I think that It’s lovely and I will be sure to order one. Limited to an edition size of 295 pieces, and is not cheap at $395. The print size is 30″ by 12 3/4”.
I bought this The Force Awakens Millennium Falcon snap back cap from Forbidden Planet. The cap itself has the Millennium Falcon embossed in metal on the front with the rest having a star field pattern on it.
The Falcon itself is about 3 inches from top to bottom.
I’m not a cap wearer so this will be for display only.
I bought a set of these Star Wars spaceship dive sticks on ebay today. The space ship pack comes with Poe Dameron’s black X-Wing, a New Order Tie Fighter and the Millennium Falcon.
The sticks are weighted and are about six to eight inches long and the ships themselves aren’t much bigger than a Micro Machines Falcon. I suppose you throw them in the pool and try to get them before they sink to the bottom.