Star Wars has been inspiring artists for decades, and the new characters and settings from the Episode VII: The Force Awakens is no different. These Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens Wall Art pieces are beautiful limited-edition Giclee prints, signed by the artists.
Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens Wall Art
These are NOT simple poster-quality prints. They Star Wars Giclee Prints are high quality, and use a professional ink printing process. These prints do cost more. But the cost of these prints are in line with the printing process and the level of detail that each brings to the Star Wars characters, ships and scenes. Additionally, these are all exclusive, limited edition prints. Because of their limited availability, you will not find these prints as posters, and you won’t find them in mass-market retailer. Also, you won’t see these prints on other people’s walls- they are a very unique conversation piece.
Where There is Darkness, There is Light by Brian Rood
Brian Rood has several pieces in this list. And it’s easy to see why! Just notice the stunning details and colors in this print. Where There is Darkness, There is Light is a 30″x20″ Giclee print, with a limited print run of 95. Each print is signed by the artist and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
TIE Fighter Down by Stephan Martiniere
TIE Fighter Down shows the barren yet beautiful landscape of Jakku. And this is one of my favorite pieces. In this piece, Rey and BB-8 are overlooking the wreckage of a crashed TIE Fighter.
This Star Wars wall art has a higher print run than many of the other pieces in this list, with the limited edition release of 295 prints. However, they won’t be available for long. For one thing, the art is beautiful and dramatic. Also, it’s a great size, 30″ tall x 20″ wide, so it’s perfect for framing and placing on a large open wall. Finally, like the other fine art giclee prints in this list, artist Stephane Martiniere has signed each print and they come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
BB-8 Astromech Droid and First Order Kylo Ren, by Mike Kungl
Mike Kungl does beautiful graphic work that blends modern design into science fiction and fantasy worlds. Because of his unique style and big talent, he’s becoming very popular. For example, The Big Bang Theory has used his work in their set design. (If you’re a fan of the show, it’s the “Defend and Protect” X-Wing art in Leonard’s Room).
Kungl continues to expand his Star Wars art designs with these two fantastic Star Wars Giclee Prints from The Force Awakens.
BB-8 Astromech Droid and First Order Kylo Ren are both large canvas giclee prints, each one is 35 1/2″ x 24 1/2″ wide, signed and hand-numbered by artist Mike Kungl. Another similarity in these prints is their exclusivity. There are only 50 pieces of each one available! So don’t wait on these – once they’re gone you won’t be able to get them at this price, and you’ll have to pay more on ebay.
First Order Stormtrooper, The Scavenger and The Pilot, by Brian Rood
Brian Rood has established himself as one of the premier character artists in the geek and science fiction community. His ability to create photo-realistic paintings with airbrush is simply amazing. Due to his abilities, Rood has created licensed artwork for Disney, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, and The Matrix.
The First Order Stormtrooper is a canvas giclee art print measuring 26″ tall x 20″ wide. However, The Scavenger and The Pilot are both wider and shorter: each is 35″ wide x 14″ tall. Brian Rood has signed and numbered each of these Star Wars Fine Art Prints. And they are in short supply. All three prints are available in a limited edition print run of only 95.
She’s Still Got It and Sunset Vigil, by Jerry Vanderstelt
She’ Still Got It, from artist Jerry Vanderstelt, is a limited edition fine art from The Force Awakens. This limited edition giclee print shows The Millennium Falcon in flight surrounded by beautiful scenery. She’s Still Got It is 36″ wide x 21″ tall, large enough to make a dramatic conversation piece. And with the limited edition numbering and signature of artist Jerry Vanderstelt, it’s sure to impress. Also included is the certificate of authenticity.
Sunset Vigil shows BB-8 taking a peek while from behind a rock and highlights the talent of the artist to combine lighting, character and scenery together into an awesome print. You will definitely want to get this while you can. First of all, you’ll be proud to display art like this, it’s fantastic and colorful. Secondly, you’ll be happy to have such a great piece with such a popular and lovable character as BB-8. Finally, you will be very exclusive – there are only 15 of these! That’s right, the limited edition print run is only 15! And yes, there’s a certificate of authenticity.
I’ve Always Wanted To Fly One of Those, by Damien Friesz
Of all the prints in this list, I’ve Always Wanted To Fly One Of Those is a little on the small side, measuring 24″ wide x 12″ tall. However, this smaller size makes it perfect for areas like an office wall. Another great way to make the most of it’s smaller size is by using it as a complimentary piece. For example, TIE Fighter Down, would look stunning sharing the same wall.
This Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens wall art is from a limited edition print run of only 95 pieces. Damien Friesz signs each print. And each print comes with a certificate of authenticity.