Bye Bye Robot releases new TNG movie posters April 4, 2014by Brian Drew , Filed under: Art,Merchandise , trackback
Bye Bye Robot, an independent art publisher who has been publishing licensed Star Trek-related artwork since 2011, is releasing 4 new posters inspired by the 4 TNG feature films.
The prints, created by artist Matt Ferguson, are designed to be reminiscent of old movie-house posters from the past. All the posters contain a stylistic similarity.
From the press release:
…each print contains the essence of its respective plot. From the character portraits of William Shatner as Kirk and Patrick Stewart as Picard, to the multiple ship portraits of the U.S.S. Enterprise, we see the major components to each story portrayed in such a way as to inspire a visceral response in each viewer. Pulling story elements together with iconic imagery you will also find the Borg Queen, the “Reman” foe, and the Nexus Ribbon amongst the striking visuals.
The posters are printed on heavyweight 100lb paper and measure 12″x”24″. They are available individually for $25, or can purchased as a set of four for $85. You can order them here at byebyerobot.com .
As mentioned above, the folks at Bye Bye Robot have been publishing Trek artwork for the past few years, offering a great variety of TOS and TNG art, including movie posters featuring the TOS movies, also by Matt Ferguson. My personal favorite, which I have to share, is a “campaign” poster for a certain genetic superman: