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2018-12-04 Print

BYE BYE ROBOT LAUNCHES SEVEN NEW STAR TREK™ ART PRINTS


Modern Art and Star Trek Fans Have Seven New Posters to Add to Their Collections from Bye Bye, Robot

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / PRURGENT


Austin, Texas – November 30, 2018 ByeByeRobot.com is announcing the launch of seven new Star Trek art prints, by returning artists Mark Brayer and J.J. Lendl.

The first five images in this release are by returning artist J.J. Lendl. His prints combine vintage influenced style with the contemporary nature of Star Trek. With one print for each of the original five Star Trek series, these five 18”x24” prints are entitled, “TOS,” “TNG,” “DS9,” “VOY” and “ENT.” In them the viewer will find the use of unique colors distinctly corresponding to the color pallet of each series, realistic distressed textures, and detailed linework all combine together to give a retro feel to these new prints. These designs also feature the most cast portraits of all of our prints, to date. Contained in each print the viewer will find portraits of the main crew prominently positioned within the design as well as many memorable fan-favorite returning characters for each of the series. These five new posters are available individually, or they may be purchased at a discount as a group.

The final two images are by artist Mark Brayer. His distinctive style is immediately noticeable with his strong use of color, graphic shapes, and illustrative linework. His first design is entitled “HMS Bounty” and depicts the Klingon Bird-of-Prey that is flown by the original series crew in Star Trek: The Voyage Home. The visual balance between the Klingon ship and the details of the Vulcan planetscape draws the viewer’s eye all the way through this design acting as a new window into this film. Brayer’s second design entitled “Live Long and Prosper” is the artist’s tribute to Mr. Nimoy and his iconic character, Mr. Spock. A vast star field melds into Mr. Spock’s striking expression creating a vibrant portrait that portrays the essence of this character. These two new 16”x24” prints fit right into Mark Brayer’s continuing book-cover style collection.

Under license by CBS Consumer Products, each of the new art prints are printed on acid-free archival heavyweight cardstock and are available at $25 each. The 5 new Lendl posters may also be purchased together, as a group, for the discounted price of $110. They are available in the U.S.A. for purchase, beginning today, from byebyerobot.com at the price listed above, plus shipping and tax, if applicable.

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About Mark Brayer
Mark Brayer is a full time illustrator and cartoonist with his own studio, Lightspeed Studios, and has
been working in the field for over 25 years. He has created a vast amount of art for greeting cards, comic
books, illustrated characters, book covers and illustrations, magazines, corporate logos and branding,
websites and graphic design. His unique style and versatility has led to a wide spectrum of endeavors.

About J.J. Lendl
J.J. Lendl is an artist, illustrator and designer originally from Pittsburgh. His work has reached a global audience, including such clients as 20th Century Fox and IDW Comics. J.J.'s unique style injects a wide array of vintage sensibilities into contemporary pop-culture subjects. Find more of his work at jjlendl.com.

About Bye Bye Robot, LLC
Founded in 2011 by Charity and Chris Wood, Bye Bye Robot is an independent publisher of art.
Currently, they are a licensed seller of original works of art based on all of Gene Roddenberry’s live
action Star Trek™ TV series plus Original Series and Next Generation movies. Bye Bye Robot is dedicated
to creating deeply immersive, visually spectacular pieces of art that will amaze and inspire viewers for
generations. View their catalog at www.byebyerobot.com.

 
Contact Info
Bye Bye Robot LLC
P.O. Box 2583
Cedar Park, TX 78664

Phone: 5124817455

Website: http://www.byebyerobot.com