Bye Bye, Robot has just unveiled two new Star Trek prints – one each by Mark Brayer and Charity Wood -- for fans to add to their collections. Brayer’s third poster for Bye Bye, Robot is “Klingon Battlecruiser,” a 16”x24” piece that depicts a swarm of Original Series-era Klingon ships blasting their way through an asteroid field. Brayer’s appreciation of book-cover art from the mid- to late-1900s served as the basis for his retro design of the poster.

Star Trek Klingon Battlecruiser Poster from Bye Bye Robot

“The energetic scene, chaotic asteroids and the blast from the ship give this print a great sense of movement and dynamism,” Bye Bye, Robot co-founder Chris Wood said in a statement. “You can really feel the palpable threat from the Klingons as they disguise themselves from their prey and ready their fleet to attack their enemies.”

“NX-01, by artist Charity Wood, is the second new poster. It boasts the same extra-wide size (14”x36”) of her other ship portrait print, “Boldly Go.” Bye Bye, Robot’s first Star Trek: Enterprise print, it features a three-quarter top view of the iconic ship as it banks through a turn as it begins its journey. Wood’s signature style, combined with the detailed rendering of the “NX-01,” lends this ship portrait a unique feel. Further, Wood employs deep, rich colors and sets the NX-01 atop a stylized star field filled with distant aqua-colored nebulae, making the ship stand out as the fearless space traveler that it is.

Star Trek Poster from Bye Bye Robot

Both “Klingon Battlecruiser” and “NX-01” are printed on heavyweight card-stock-like acid-free, archival paper. “NX-01” is available now for purchase (from at the limited-time introductory price of $25 (reg. $30), plus shipping, while “Klingon Battlecruiser” is available now (from for $25, plus shipping. The posters will also make their convention debut this weekend at Austin Comic-Con, which will feature appearances by William Shatner and Scott Bakula.




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