Celebrations Anaheim is now upon us and ACME Archives have released this print by Guy Vasilovich of the Millennium Falcon approaching Bespin.
Stunning, isn’t it? The print itself is 16″ by 28.5″ on canvas and limited to an edition size of 150 pieces. $325 from ACME’s website.
You can also buy it on paper for $165, but this image is a little smaller at 11″ by 20.5″. Again, with an edition size of 150 pieces.
Personally, I think that this is stunning and will be picking one up as soon as possible. Here are a couple of close ups.
Man, the original of this must look incredible. I’ll post links when I can get to a PC.
I love this Millennium Falcon multi tool. The website claims that it’s due for release in September 2015 with a RRP of only £10. I can’t see anything about this except the Ginger Fox web page. I hope this isn’t a hoax as i think that this is truly awesome.
In 2010 Taito released a series of small Star Wars umbrellas in Japan that are pretty cool. The handle is designed to look like a lightsaber hilt.
Open it up and you have some nice Star Wars images, including the Millennium Falcon. Shame they didn’t paint the umbrella shaft.
They’re discontinued now and I don’t know where i might be able to pick one of these up. I should take a look at Ebay.co.jp to see if anything’s there.
I saw this “Bassnectar” pin on Etsy and rather foolishly thought that i’d sit on it until payday.
Alas, it has been sold.
From what i can gather, these pins were sold at Bassnectar concerts. There are a few Star Wars ones.
These quirky graphics by Stacey King are a nice pieces of work and pretty unique and boasts that no pattern in it’s design is repeated.
Prints are available and are limited to an edition size of 150 with each print hand signed and numbered. They’re available at her “Hipsta Designer Graphics” shop. I’ll definitely be picking up one of the Millennium Falcon prints.
She’s clearly a genre fan with a few nice images available. My favourite from her gallery is the Predator. I wonder if she’ll do any more?
The Force In The Flesh is a two book series by Shane Turgeon about Star Wars related body art and tattoos. It’s an interesting subject matter, but unfortunately, they don’t ship to the UK, so it’s not a book that i have in my Star Wars library. At this year’s Celebration Anaheim, they’re giving away limited edition prints of the Millennium Falcon away.
The prints themselves are a respectible 17″ by 21″ and are limited to an edition size of 25, they will be signed and numbered on a first come, first served basis at their stand.