Over the past few weeks, Chrome Yellow has been running a series of reviews of the TOS movies, each accompanied by a new poster design by artist Matt Ferguson. The series is now complete, and Ferguson is hoping to be able to produce them as prints, so spread the word; let’s drum up some support, as they’re pretty good! My favourite, by quite a wide margin, is The Undiscovered Country, which illustrates one of the coolest effects sequences, in probably the best film, in brilliant style. I would definitely buy a print of this!
Some mash-ups are just perfect. Here’s one of those! Via the Sci-Fi Air Show.
Check out this excellent Star Wars Episode VII fan poster, featuring all the aged regulars from the original trilogy, ready to step back into action. It was made by DeviantART user Adam Schickling, though would fit right in with Drew Struzan’s posters for the special editions and prequels.
I did this illustration for Malachi Ward’s Star Trek blog, for the TNG episode “Genesis”. In it, Lt. Barclay gets sick(I love any episode whose premise is “it’s Barclay’s fault”), and causes everyone on the Enterprise to devolve. Riker turns into a caveman, and Worf turns into a crustacean Predator beast who runs around the ship hunting Deanna Troi, who he bit and thinks is his mate(she’s also turning into a dolphin).
Just a little trekkie humor…
I know nothing about the Kardashians, other than pretty much exactly this image is what I think of whenever I hear them mentioned!
a little thing I made for the BEAM ME UP: star trek art show, now open at q pop until march 3! go check it out! so much awesome stuff there
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