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Bye Bye Robot Officially Releases Eight New Posters

We’re pleased to announce the official release of Bye Bye, Robot’s eight newest posters. If you attended Vegas Khhaaan this year and stopped by the Bye Bye, Robot booth you had the inside scoop and saw them (early) in person. Maybe you were even there while Ira Steven Behr (writer of TNG’s “Captains’s Holiday”) signed a copy of the new “Escape to Risa” poster. I know I was, and it was a blast! Well, for the rest of humanity (and extraterrestrials, alike), who didn’t have the pleasure of spending a week in Vegas reveling in all things Trek, we’re here to tell you all about the new posters.

The new releases add two new posters to each of the artist’s collections and include two from newly assimilated video game artist, Drew Johnson.

The new posters include two retro-styled posters from illustrator Steve Thomas -- “Escape To Risa,” a retro Travel poster beckoning you to visit Risa and experience all its wonders, and “Red Shirt Recruitment” a retro Recruitment poster calling for the enlistment of new red shirt crew members. Each of these is 16”x 24”. Much like Steve’s previous “Enterprise Shuttle Service” poster, “Escape To Risa” has matching vinyl die-cut Horga’hn stickers, which are also available. And, ahheeemm, be sure to display yours prominently for “maximum effect.”

Two of the additions offer poster alternatives to artist Charity Wood’s canvas Giclee collection. For those collectors who prefer paper, Charity’s “Cold Blooded,” an 18”x18” portrait of the Gorn, and “Boldly Go,” a 14”x36” portrait of the U.S.S. Enterprise now allow them a chance to collect their colorful prizes in their medium of choice.

Artist Jeff Foster’s contribution includes two new Impressionist-styled posters to his series. “Neutral Zone,” 18”x24” is a stunning aqua colored depiction of Romulan Warbirds being pursued by a stealthy U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D. Jeff’s “Dash D,” a 12”x24” portrayal of the Enterprise-D brings all of Star Trek: The Next Generation’s colors together again and ready for your home.

Last but not least, the newly assimilated video game artist, Drew Johnson brings two new paintings to the fold. Drew’s 12”x18”, “Borg3” (pronounced, Borg cubed) brings a modern ferocity to this three-cube Borg battle, and his 12”x18” sized “Warped” blasts forth at the speed-of-color, showing off the Enterprise-D.

You can read the official press release here.

Bye Bye, Robot: Official Licensed Star Trek Fine Art