Ever since seeing "Star Trek VI - The Undiscovered Country," I've always been haunted by this exchange between Kirk and Spock. The look of pain, disappointment and insult on the formidable Vulcan's face captures a mood we have all felt at some point in our lives. That, and it makes for an excellent, accurate depiction of our favorite Vulcan.
It's also a fitting tribute to Leonard Nimoy, as all that is the essence of Mr. Spock is captured here. This original Cherokee 2002 print is now available as a limited edition, hand-signed, hand-numbered series of prints. It is a print you will cherish for years to come, and one you will showcase on the wall at work, on a favorite wall, or as a centerpiece of your Star Trek collection.
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A limited run of reprints are available for sale. Order today for fast shipping!
The original artwork is reproduced on executive-grade 80 lb. Solutions Cover Cerrea white stock - an exacting paper grade known for precise reproduction values, and stability when framed. Technical pens were the mainstay of the designer and illustrator's craft before the development of computer graphics. Now, many art enthusiasts are rediscovering the technical pen because its handiwork stands out almost magically against the bland precision of computer rendered graphics. My work has always been produced with the best technical pens and durable India inks available.
Ships rolled in a sturdy cardboard tube. Basic shipping and handling to most U.S. locations are included in the price. If you need special arrangements or want it shipped flat, etc., there would be additional charges.