Fond memories of your travels to Mos Eisley? Can’t get enough of that wretched hive of scum and villainy?
Then you might want to commemorate your trip with this new limited edition poster, Star Wars Retro Travel Poster – Mos Eisley, currently available for pre-order through the official Star Wars Shop.
Pre-orders for this Star Wars poster, which has a limited edition of 150, will ship on December 14, 2010, and costs $88.99. The “Mos Eisley” poster is one in a series of eight retro-style travel posters from the Star Wars galaxy by artist Steve Thomas.
* Measures 13×19-inches
* Fine Art Giclee on watercolor paper
* Signed and hand-numbered by the artist
* Includes a certificate of authenticity
While some might think it’s a piece of junk, it’s the ship that made the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.
Do you know which ship that is?
If so, then you’ll want to check out this new poster.
The official Star Wars Shop is currently taking pre-orders for a new limited edition poster, Star Wars Retro Travel Poster – Kessel Run. The travel ad is for would-be Kessel Run tours (with a guarantee to make it there in less than 12 parsecs!) aboard the famed Millennium Falcon, with a great image of the ship flying away from an asteroid (love it!).
Pre-orders for this Star Wars poster, which has a limited edition of 150, will ship on December 14, 2010, and costs $88.99. The “Kessel Run” poster is one in a series of eight retro-style travel posters from the Star Wars galaxy by artist Steve Thomas.
Yes? Cool, because you’ll love this new limited edition art print currently being sold exclusively through the official Star Wars Shop.
Artist Amy Beth Christenson, of LucasArts, created this piece titled “I Love You…I Know” and it’s the ninth of twelve prints in a special monthly limited art collection to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back.
The artwork captures the scene from Empire in the carbon-freezing chamber between Han Solo and Princess Leia as they are about to kiss, just before Han is lowered into the carbonite. In one of the greatest lines in the film, and without a doubt, one of the most memorable romantic parting words on screen, Leia finally confesses her love for Han. “I love you,” Leia tells Han. And this scoundrel’s reply? “I know.”
A wonderful aspect of this print is that not only do we get Han and Leia at the forefront, but behind the doomed lovers stand Chewbacca with the dismantled C-3PO on his back on the left, with Darth Vader and Boba Fett on the right.