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Earlier this month TrekMovie first reported the next poster in the popular Alamo Drafthouse/Mondo series of Star Trek limited editions would be The Borg Queen. Today Mondo is showing off a much better version of that image, and they have announced it will go on sale on September 2nd.Art,DS9,Science/Technology,TNG , comments closed
Back when it was introduced in January, TrekMovie and others noted the similarities of Apple’s new iPad tablet and the Star Trek PADD touchscreen devices. Now Star Trek designers Mike & Denise Okuda as well as Doug Drexler are talking about the iPad/PADD connection, excerpts below.Art , comments closed
The yearly Star Trek Ships of the Line calendar edited by Trek veteran designer Doug Drexler is a big fan favorite. And today Doug has posted a new video blog about Star Trek, including a series of animations from the ship on the 2011 Ships of the Line Calendar..Art,TOS , comments closed
Last month the Alamo Drafthouse/Mondo released the first of their limited edition Star Trek posters for "Space Seed". That poster sold out in just hours. Tomorrow they will be putting their second poster in the ‘Trek episodes envisioned as movie posters’ series, this time taking on "The Trouble With Tribbles". Check it out and get more details belowArt , comments closed
2011 may seem a long way away, but the Star Trek: Ships of the Line: 2011 Wall Calendar has just been released, and it is yet another great collection of starship porn for Trekkies. We have some high res images below of the front and back covers plus a couple of interior pages, including the "centerfold"…hubba hubba.
Is Scottish Meteorite A Warning Of Klingon Invasion? July 17, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Art,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Great Links , comments closed
Is the Earth in peril of being taken over by Star Trek’s Klingon Empire? Well if you are to believe the carvings on a meteorite found on a mountain bike trail in Scotland, our planet has been claimed for the Empire and the invasion will start soon.
Trek Art: Crew of the USS Enterprise in Pixels July 15, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Art,Great Links , comments closed
The images of the day are in amazing 8-bit resolution with some pixel art of our favorite Star Trek characters from the original Star Trek series and the Next Generation. Check em out the pixelated crews of the Starship Enterprise below.Art,Merchandise,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Today Quantum Mechanix has announced their first set of lithographs prints from the recent Star Trek movie. The first set of four prints will be based on early poster design concepts, as seen in the recent "Star Trek: The Art of the Film" book. The posters are available to buy now and will also be available at San Diego Comic Con. More details and images below.
Cool New ‘Space Seed’ Poster June 9, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Art,Merchandise,TOS , comments closed
The Alamo Drafthouse Theaters in Austin Texas have commissioned a series of limited movie poster style prints based on episodes from Star Trek. The first one available is for "Space Seed", and it is pretty cool. It goes on sale today. More info below.
Exclusive First Look At Star Trek 2011 Calendar + Ring Ship Image From Ships Of The Line Calendar June 3, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Art,Merchandise,TOS , comments closed
The new year always starts in the summer with the release of the Star Trek calendars, two of which come out next month from Pocket Books and Andrews McMeel Publishing. Today we have an exclusive first look at the 2011 Star Trek calendar, featuring images of the original series. Plus Doug Drexler has revealed another image from the 2011 Star Trek Ships of the Line calendar.
Star Trek Art Beams Down To Microsoft Lobby May 24, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Art,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Great Links , comments closed
Back in 2008 we reported on an exhibition in New York from artist Devorah Sperber called "Mirror Universe" with a collection of Star Trek themed art. It appears that much of this art was purchased by Microsoft, who have it displayed on their campus in Washington. See pictures and video of the display below.
As reported earlier, in September the Haynes Guide people are going to be releasing their ‘manual’ to the USS Enterprise. Some new illustrations from the book are now available revealing that the guide will cover more than just the ships, but also the contents of those ships. Check out the images below.
Sneak Peeks At 2011 Star Trek Ships Of The Line Calendar April 28, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Art,Merchandise , comments closed
The 2011 Star Trek: Ships of the Line Wall Calendar comes out in July, and editor Doug Drexler has just offered a couple more peeks at the coolness within. He is showing off the design diagram for the ‘NX-01.5′ refit, and a new Romulan ship from Andy Probert. Check them out below.Art,Merchandise,Review,TOS , comments closed
The Collective is back with a report and review of a new Star Trek licensee, Sticker You, who offer affordable web-customizable sheets of Star Trek stickers. Find out how you can roll your own stickers below.
Previews Of NX-01 ‘Refit’ from 2011 Ships Of The Line Calendar February 8, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Art,ENT,Merchandise , comments closed
For the last decade or so, one of the most anticipated Trek products each year is the Ships of the Line calendar, featuring work from veteran Trek artists, wrangled by Doug Drexler. Last week Doug put up a sneak peak of a special bonus centerfold for this year’s calendar, featuring a tech manual style -look at a couple of the ships in the calendar including a ‘refit’ of the NX-01 from Enterprise, which bridges the gap towards a TOS style.Art,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Yesterday the Art Director’s Guild nominated Scott Chambliss for his work on the 2009 Star Trek movie. Scott has sent us a brief statement about his nomination, plus we share some cool behind the scenes photos of some of the sets from Star Trek.
Book Review: Star Trek: The Art of the Film November 15, 2009by John Tenuto , Filed under: Art,Books,Review,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Fans have been waiting for non fiction ‘making of’ books about 2009′s Star Trek. In fact, it has been almost ten years since a Star Trek film had a dedicated behind the scenes tome, yet the good news is on November 17th, the same day as the release of the 2009 Star Trek DVDs, Titan Publishers are making available "Star Trek: The Art of the Film" by Mark Cotta Vaz. TrekMovie has this early review of new coffee-table book.
The Collective: Review of 2010 Star Trek Wall Calendars November 13, 2009by John Tenuto , Filed under: Art,Merchandise,Review,Star Trek (2009 film),TOS,Trek Franchise , comments closed
For 2010 Pocket Books and Andrews McMeel Publishing have three Star Trek wall calendars, all of which are available now. You can spend the year with the original crew, the new movie crew, or ships of the line. Find out more in our review below.
Exclusive: Preview of ‘Star Trek: The Art of The Film’ [UPDATED] November 9, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Art,Books,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Next week, timed for the same day as Star Trek on home video, is the release of "Star Trek: The Art of the Film", a coffee table book full of photos and sketches from the artists who worked on the new Star Trek movie. Today TrekMovie has an exclusive peek at a couple pages from the "Aliens" chapter, check it out below. [UPDATED: Links to more preview images]
Watch Full Video From Art Director’s Guild Tribute To Star Trek October 11, 2009by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Art,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Star Trek (2009 film),Trek on TV , comments closed
Two weeks ago the Art Directors Guild held an event in Hollywood celebrating the designs of Star Trek from The Original Series to the new JJ Abrams movie. On hand were production designers from Trek’s history. We previously reported with some pictures and quotes, but now video from the entire event is available online. See below for a breakdown and links to each part of the event.