Here’s a great piece created by artist Joshua Budich. It’s part of an upcoming exhibit celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek, titled Star Trek 50 Artists, 50 Years Surprisingly, Spock has the biggest head in the picture (instead of Kirk), and you don’t even see his ears! This works for me! I feel Spock was Star Trek, or at least a good portion of what if was all about.
This exhibit features artists from around the world and will be displayed (so far) in Canada, California, Las Vegas the United Kingdom. (Usually as part of conventions) You can see more info here.
startrek.com is revealing the pieces bit by bit on their site (what a tease!) You can see more here
Sorry I’m a little late this week — for this week’s Fan Art, here’s three lovely representations of Nurse Chapel, Lt. Uhura, and Yeoman Rand by artist Jason Potratz. Nice to see Yeoman Rand, who isn’t often seen in Fan Art, and I also like Uhura’s expression; as if she’s really about to give someone what for!
Since it was recently the heavenly birthday of DeForest Kelley I thought I’d find some fan art of our favorite doctor, and the artists didn’t disappoint! We have everything from animated gifs to embroidery to plushies! I especially love “Joanna” with it’s artist’s depiction of civillian McCoy with his daughter. I imagine that is exactly what she would have looked like! Enjoy!
‘Look, It’s Science, or Whatever’ by mbcoolness
“Octuplets” by mbcoolness
“McCoy” by SSava
“Now He’s an Engineer” by Black Lupin
‘Star Trek Bones plushie’ by gurulazer
Joanna McCoy by hapticmimesis
Here’s a beautiful watercolor of Spock by Jonathan A. Reincke on Deviant Art. I love the splatter of paint around the edges.
Here’s the rest of the current TOS portraits by Jason Cheeseman Mayer . I love the poses he chose and especially McCoy’s eyes! I hope he does Chapel, Rand, Scotty, and Chekov!
Stumpaa strikes again! This artist often morphs Trek characters with earthly creatures, and this time, Spock takes a go under the sea! Before I even saw the title, I said “That ‘s a Spocktopus!” Pretty clever, if unusual! (although he needs some chest hair!)