Saturday, 1 April 2017

Bye Bye Robot's latest art celebrates starships, the Doomsday Machine, and Vic Fontaine!

Bye Bye Robot have revealed their latest range of Star Trek art prints, with a diverse offering from three different artists that pulls from TOS, TNG, DS9, and Enterprise. Continue below to check them out.

First up we have the latest in Mark Brayer's ongoing series of retro style starship art in The Doomsday Machine. As you might expect from that title it focuses on the Planet Killer, and the two Constitution class ships that got caught up in the encounter with that galactic menace. 


Also returning is Jeff Foster, offering more of his impressionist starship art, with two new pieces. The first here is Blue Enterprise, which, well, does what the title says!


And then we have Enterprise x3, featuring the TOS Enterprise, Enterprise-D from TNG, and Enterprise's NX-01.



Finally, Bye Bye Robot welcomes a new artist to the fold, Nicole Padberg Munkdale, who takes us back to 1960s Las Vegas with a celebration of Vic Fontaine in, From the Heart.




To check out much more cool artwork from Bye Bye Robot, have a look back through my Bye Bye Robot tag to find previous reports.




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