I love the blue and gold graphics in Gamesters, it seemed a good place to start the artwork.
Isn’t he the cutest thing? Well, sort of! Poor little guy looks lost. By artist starluck on DeviantArt
Some pure Nimoy Awesomeness in this video by Laurie Shae !
– I’ll be recovering from my surgery when this posts– I think watching this will definitely help my recuperation! :-)
It’s Journey to Babel! And well, of course a biblical reference would work here! Note Kirk and Thelev ‘falling’ off crumbling tower!
Hey Kids, I’ll be out of commission for the next couple of weeks. I am having surgery this coming Wednesday (8/27) and will need some time to rest.
Another beauty by Tafafa - this time its Amanda and Darek. Such regal poise; Sarek looks intense yet gentle in the way he touches Amanda’s hand. Amanda radiates pure love. I’d love to see this in full color!
Speaking of Journey to Babel, be sure to check out my next Trek poster on Tuesday!
Here’s the next poster —Bread and Circuses. I especially liked the idea of making Merik look like a crumbling Roman mosaic.
I’ve been grinding out a bunch of these Trek movie posters lately! For the next few weeks you’ll see new ones every Tueaday and Thursday!
Nothing like commercial work to keep your bank account fluid between jobs! Nimoy was the logical choice for print ads in the 80’s and 90’s for everything from Oldsmobile to Toshiba! I have to laugh at the the Spockian Eyebrow in many of these– Of Course! And a bonus ad here from the ’60’s, with a marvelous Star Trek graphic! Nimoy sold a lot of TV’s! Heck, he could sell me liver and onions!
I don’t know who created this, but I think you can guess who won’t get hurt in next week’s episode… ;-)
So sad to report another beloved celebrity passing. Arlene Martel, who became immortal as Spock’s betrothed T’Pring, passed away today at the age of 78. Arlene was a fixture at Trek conventions and had numerous TV appearances on classic TV series like The Monkees, Wild Wild West, and Hogan’s Heroes and Columbo.
Arlene shared a lesson she learned from her…
Heartbreaking. So sad to think that a man who could scare away so many of our demons with his magnificent humor could not be rid of his own.
A great Photoshop of a patrician Williams by artist Mandrak
On my kitchen windowsill, I keep assorted knick-knacks and glassware. I’ve had a little blue dancing ‘Genie’ from Aladdinthere for many years, and even though he lost his ponytail, I couldn’t bear…
Here’s my latest Trek movie poster — I, Mudd! (With a wink to Jefferson Airplane’s “White Rabbit”).