Seven new Star Trek: Discovery-inspired posters are available now from Bye Bye, Robot, with the pieces created by returning artists Mark Brayer and Cliff Cramp and new artist J.J. Lendl.

Brayer's image, "Discovery," features his immediately noticeable distinctive style, specifically his strong use of color, graphic shapes and illustrative linework in the detail. The balance between the ship and the planetscape draws the viewer’s eye all the way through this design offering a glimpse into the new show. "Discovery" measures 16”x24”.

Cramp contributes four new images to this release, three of which are hand-numbered Limited Editions. His expressive, painterly style brings an old-world feel to modern science-fiction, and his use of deep tones and rich colors serve to show off the grandeur of the new show’s adventures and characters. Featuring tones of purple, gold and terra cotta are the three 18”x24” prints titled:

U.S.S. Discovery” (40 hand-numbered limited edition copies)


U.S.S. Shenzhou” ( 40 hand-numbered limited edition copies).

Cramp's fourth print combines both ships and characters, with a view of the U.S.S. Discovery containing a translucent image of Michael Burnham hinted at in the rainbow colored background. This 18”x24” print, titled “Hope,” is part of a limited edition of 40 hand-numbered copies.

And the final two images are from new Bye Bye, Robot artist Lendl. His prints combine vintage influenced style with the contemporary nature of Discovery. These 18”x24” prints are titled “DISCO 1” and “DISCO2.”  Collectors will find the use of muted colors, unique distressed textures and detailed linework all combine together to give a retro feel to these new prints.

“Enthusiasts of Discovery will be ecstatic to see this stunning new collection of art prints all inspired by the new show,” says Charity Wood, Co-Founder of Bye Bye, Robot.

Each art prints is printed on acid-free archival heavyweight cardstock and is available from $25 to $45 each. They are available in the U.S.A. for purchase, beginning today, from at the price listed above, plus regular shipping.

All of Star Trek: Discovery's first season is available for streaming/viewing on CBS All Access in the U.S. and Space Channel in Canada. It's available on Netflix in the rest of the world.

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