A close-up of just a sliver of a new Mondo Star Wars poster.
Impression: Mondo/Acme Archives

Toys and CollectiblesAction figures, statues, exclusives, and other goods. Beware: if you search in this article, you are possibly heading to commit some income later on.

I’m Han Solo in the trash compactor!

Mondo has just uncovered a stunning new Star Wars poster by artist Scott C. called “Faraway Galaxy.” It usually takes all your beloved scenes from the original Star Wars and interprets them into Scott C’s unmistakable, heartwarming design. The final result is a very in-depth feast for your eyeballs irrespective of whether you appreciate Star Wars or not.

Here’s the complete poster, and we welcome you to tag yourself in in the feedback. But, as you can see earlier mentioned, Trash Han (higher still left corner in the entire poster) is by now taken.

Mondo Star Wars Poster by Scott C Has Everyone In A New Hope

Faraway Galaxy by Scott C, through Mondo and Acme Archives
Graphic: Mondo/Acme Archives

The poster is a 24″ x 36″, 11-shade screenprint which Mondo and Acme Archives will launch in a timed edition. That implies they’ll make as many as they promote beginning at 1:00 p.m. EST Thursday, February 6 as a result of 12:59 a.m. EST Monday, February 10 (which is Sunday evening). The price is $100 and it’s predicted to ship this summer time. The website link is mondotees.com.

“Every square inch of [Star Wars] inspired who I am now and the paintings and tales I develop,” Scott C wrote on the Mondo web-site. “Every character in that movie intended a thing to me, even the people passing by in the background. It is unbelievable to me that a movie would make that significantly of an impact on men and women that supporters collectively bear in mind that there was a wolfman and a praying mantis in the bar. I have always wanted to create a portray that paid homage to each and every a person of individuals figures. That is what this painting indicates to me. I wished to consist of each and every Cantina patron, each individual X-Wing pilot and Jawa. The ships were all characters to me, so it was crucial that they had been welcomed in the family. It grew to become rather a occasion, this painting. It is a position I have constantly desired to live in. It was a desire recognized, my close friends, and I invite you to join me in this environment.”

Check out back in the coming months for extra Scott C as we approach his new solo exhibit, “Legend of the Terrific Showdowns,” at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, CA.

For additional, make certain you are subsequent us on our Instagram @io9dotcom.


Supply link