Bye Bye Robot Expands Poster Collection
By StarTrek.com Staff - July 07, 2012
Bye Bye Robot is expanding its line of Star Trek posters, adding a new series of Impressionist-style pieces by Jeff Foster. A California painter and illustrator, Foster has kicked off his “Impressions of the Future” series with “Exploration” and “Hunting for Prey.” As StarTrek.com readers can see from the photos, “Exploration” offers a striking interpretation of the Enterprise traversing a background of bright yellow, orange and blue. “Hunting for Prey,” on the other hand, features a trio of Klingon Birds-of-Prey against a foreboding, nebula-bursting star field vividly rendered in deep red, orange and black/blue.
“We are thrilled with the popularity of the new series,” says Charity Wood, co-founder of Bye Bye Robot, which initially launched the "Impressions of the Future" series at Comicpalooza in Houston. “Jeff’s work brings another dimension to the realm of sci-fi and Star Trek artwork. We can’t wait to see what he has in store for the rest of his series.”
“Exploration” and “Hunting for Prey” each measure 18”x24” and come on high-quality, heavyweight 100-pound acid-free paper. The posters cost $25 each; click HERE to purchase. Also, the posters will be available at the Creation Entertainment Official Star Trek Convention next month in Las Vegas.
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