I posted about the Floating Millennium Falcon model from Beast Kingdom late last year and i have one on preorder from Forbidden Planet. (In fact, it must be near it’s release date, now.) At this year’s 2016 Toy Fair, they released this exclusive Chrome version.
They’re limited to an edition size of 2, 000. I can’t imagine that all of them were snapped up so i’ll keep an eye out for it online. There’s one on ebay for $250, which isn’t a bad price at all. They posted these photos and i have to say that the packaging looks top notch.
I wonder if they’ll do an Episode VII version?
In the UK, Kinder are having boys Star Wars themed surprised in their eggs. One of the toys in their Star Wars collection is this tiny Han Solo and Millennium Falcon.
The toy itself comes in three parts and is about 1 inch in length.
It’s not too dissimilar to the McDonalds Star Wars toy released several years ago, although much, much smaller. I was able to get one, but my local shop sold all of their eggs before I was able to get one for my friend, Mike.
I bought these Jessica Rabbit Pin Up pins from Bling Pins on Etsy. They were $10 for a pin about 3cm by 5cm. The badges come in four colours; Yellow, Red, Orange and Brown.
I bought one of each
They’re very much a take of Dominic Marco’s “Corellian Pin Up Girl“, but worth getting for my badge collection.
I recently bought this childs watch from Forbidden Planet for £10. It’s a cheap and cheerful item, but i quite like it. The watch face has the Millennium Falcon in light and dark relief and i like the way that the strap continues with the Falcon motiff.
Overall, it’s a nice addition to my collection.
This Millennium Falcon painting by Dubai based artist Terez Szilvia Huszar is very interesting as it’s been created using five differing size canvases. I rather like this idea, as it’d let you hang these at difference locations and let visitors piece it together themselves.
It’s very detailed and i’ve said before, i like the minimalist monochrome look with only splash of engine glow as colour. The painting 110cms by 160cms and has already been sold.
Check out her website and imgrum page for more examples of her stunning work.
Last year i was fortunate enough to pick up this wonderful painting of the Millennium Falcon by David Hardy. It’s a beautiful piece and i’m very proud of it. David has returned to the Millennium Falcon in the form of the original Episode IV version at rest on the sands of Tatooine.
Oil on canvas, it’s 60″ by 30″ and I, for one, love it and i was extremely disappointed to have to pass on it.
Check out David’s other works on his website and Facebook page. If you’re interested in getting the original (and i highly recomment it), drop him a line.