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Star Trek Bye Bye Robot posters celebrate Voyager, Wrath of Khan, original series

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The final frontier of space looks beautiful in a new set of Star Trek posters that harken back to some of the franchise’s most iconic moments.

EW can exclusively reveal six official posters from Bye Bye Robot â€” three based on the original 1960s series, one depicting an iconic moment from Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and two others from Star Trek: Voyager. All posters are available today, each costing $25.

Artist Paul Shipper’s Star Trek: The Original Series prints highlight both the show’s cast and its creator. The first, titled “TOS Crew,” offers a look at the Enterprise‘s bridge crew, while his second design and its variant include Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry with the Enterprise and its crew above him. Titled “Gene’s Dream,” the print is available in a color and black-and-white variant.

Artists Jeff Foster and Charity Wood are both releasing Voyager-inspired prints as part of the collections. Foster’s, called “Aperture 823 – The Road Home,” depicts the U.S.S. Voyager in a modern impressionistic form, while Wood’s “Intrepid Class” showcases the Voyager on its journey home through uncertain territory.

Finally, Drew Riley’s “LLAP” depicts Wrath of Khan‘s iconic final moment between William Shatner’s James T. Kirk and Leonard Nimoy’s Spock.

All posters are now up for sale at Bye Bye, Robot.

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