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Tuesday, 19 May 2020

Picard travel posters now available as actual posters, plus 32nd century Federation flag merch

The productive people at the Star Trek Shop have been busy lately, coming up with loads of new Star Trek merch, including a whole range dedicated to the 32nd century version of the Federation flag coming to us from season three of Discovery, and a whole bunch of Klingon themed stuff too. Continue below to check those out. But first...

Also newly offered on the Star Trek Shop is the complete series of Picard travel posters. These were originally put out as social media graphics throughout the run of the series, and they've now had the good sense to make the excellent designs available as actual posters. Designs featuring The Artifact, Copellius, Napenthe, Vashti, Freecloud, and Aia are all available as either 16x20 inch or a whopping 30x40 inch print:







There were two designs each for Vashti and Napenthe, and the second design for each is also available, as a square format poster, at 24x24 inches.



UPDATE: They've now added a range featuring the "Papa Riker's Nepenthe Style Pizza" too! Most appropriately that includes an apron! Or if you prefer, T-shirts, stickers, or posters.



Also available as a poster print is the new look 32nd century Federation flag, at either 18x24, or 36x48 inches.


The Star Trek Shop offer a whole range featuring the design, but alas not yet an actual flag. You can mark yourself out as a future Federation citizen with these fetching T-shirts though, in either royal or navy blue:


And there are also mugs, which alas are in black rather than the classic Federation blue:


If you prefer to side with another great interstellar power, then they've also recently launched a large range of Klingon themed items. The most versatile of which is this handy Klingon emblem sticker, waiting to remind whatever you stick it to to "Remain Klingon!"



Other items in the Klingon range attach the emblem to all manner of other products, sometimes paired with suitably Klingony slogans.

The final items I'll point out today are these snazzy new tote bags, which should please starships fans. The TNG themed collection includes a starships schematics design, a Klingon symbols design also dominated by ships, and an alien emblems design.






3 comments:

Matt Gilbert said...

Hello! I'm contacting you on behalf of Rich Handley, the Editor of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection published by Eaglemoss Collections.

I've been working with him to make sure that the collection covers everything, and now the collection is nearing its landmark completion - every Star Trek comic ever published from 1967 to now collected in one set - but he may need the fans' help to cross the finish line.

He asked me to reach out and see if he could speak with you about a potential interview or article on The Trek Collective with the purpose of letting the fans know what's coming, what the roadblocks are, and how they can help get it completed.

You can contact Rich at info@hassleinbooks.com

Thanks!
-Matt Gilbert

Matt Gilbert said...

Hello! I'm contacting you on behalf of Rich Handley, the Editor of the Star Trek Graphic Novel Collection published by Eaglemoss Collections.

I've been working with him to make sure that the collection covers everything, and now the collection is nearing its landmark completion - every Star Trek comic ever published from 1967 to now collected in one set - but he may need the fans' help to cross the finish line.

He asked me to reach out and see if he could speak with you about a potential interview or article on The Trek Collective with the purpose of letting the fans know what's coming, what the roadblocks are, and how they can help get it completed.

You can contact Rich at info@hassleinbooks.com

Thanks!
-Matt Gilbert

8of5 said...

Hi Matt, thanks for getting in touch, I'll send Rich an email :)