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Celebration VI Artwork Prints: Set 3

Following the reveals of Set 1 and Set 2 of Celebration VI exclusive artwork prints, we continue today with five more stunning pieces, the third set in a series by 36 artists.

This year, Acme Archives will be offering pre-orders of the Celebration VI Art Show prints for the very first time. All pre-ordered prints must be picked up in person at Celebration and will not be shipped. Artists who will have their own booths outside of the Acme booth will also be offering pre-orders through their own websites, under the same terms. Pre-orders will begin after Comic-Con.

Look for another Celebration VI artwork print update soon!

Select prints are available as pre-orders at Acme Archives' Dark Ink now through August 15th.

Title: Uniting A Galaxy
Artist: Steve Anderson
Size: 24" x 36"
Paper: TBD
Edition size: 250
Price: TBD

Steve Anderson has been a style guide artist for Lucasfilm Licensing for the past fifteen years. He has created licensed artwork for all six Star Wars movies, the Star Wars: The Clone Wars television series, and the four Indiana Jones movies. The artwork he does for Lucasfilm goes to licensees for use on merchandise sold in over 100 countries. He's been the cover artist on over 20 books for Random House including the movie novelizations for Attack of the Clones and Revenge of the Sith. In addition, Steve has done large quantities of art for Hasbro games and puzzles related to licensed movie and television properties. He has also created illustrations for Battlestar Galactica, Serenity, and Stargate licensees. Steve also does stand-in work and can be seen as an extra in movies and TV. He was the stand-in for Harrison Ford for the feature film Extraordinary Measures.

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Title: Galactic Empire
Artist: Scott Erwert
Size: 18" x 24"
Paper: Lithography print
Edition size: 250
Price: $40-45

Scott Erwert has been working within the Star Wars brand since his stint as Art Director of Marketing for Lucasfilm during the theatrical release of Episode II: Attack of the Clones. His work encompassed illustrating and designing Star Wars launch posters, outdoor advertising billboards, websites, and much more. He has designed and illustrated art books for Lucasfilm, including: The Cinema of George Lucas, Creating the Worlds of Star Wars, The Complete Making of Indiana Jones, and Star Wars Adventures magazine.

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Title: Scoundrels
Artist: William O'Neill
Size: 24" x 18"
Paper: TBD
Edition size: 250
Price: TBD

William O'Neill has been an "unofficial" Star Wars artist since the morning after he first saw Episode IV and started drawing X-wings and TIE fighters. Since then William has gone on to become a professional illustrator and writer. His freelance resume includes work for: Fox Television, MGM, New Line, Jim Henson Productions, Inkworks, Topps, Hanna-Barbera, Cross-Gen, Image Comics, IDW, and since 2005, Lucasfilm. William and his wife Jan co-own Hurricane Entertainment where he co-created the popular comic books VIOLENT MESSIAHS and CHASSIS. William also wrote the acclaimed comic book miniseries, JOHN CARPENTER'S SNAKE PLISSKEN CHRONICLES. William, his lovely wife and their Welsh corgi Data reside in Studio City, CA where he is busy working on several freelance projects including writing the upcoming web series, AGENT 88.

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Title: Breaking Ground: Imperial Base, Moon of Endor (image shown is unfinished art)
Artist: Dave Dorman
Size: 20" x 36"
Paper: TBD
Edition size: 250
Price: $80

Dave Dorman has been a freelance illustrator for more than 30 years. His working relationship with Lucasfilm started in 1989 with Dark Horse Comics' Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, soon to be followed by Star Wars: Dark Empire. Dorman's artwork for LFL conitinues through today, expanding the vision and mythology created by George Lucas in his Star Wars Universe. A proud member of the 501st Legion, Dorman looks forward to each and every opportunity to share his artwork and spirit of the FORCE with friends and fans all around the world. Dorman's Celebration VI print looks at an event not depicted in the films. Entitled "Breaking Ground: Imperial Base, Moon of Endor", the artwork shows us the beginings of what would eventually lead to the construction of the second Death Star. Please note, this artist is not in the Acme Archives section of the CVI Art Show and will handle their own pre-orders if they choose to offer them.

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Title: Untitled
Artist: Ken Lashley
Size: TBD
Paper: TBD
Edition size: 250
Price: TBD

Ken Lashley was mesmerized by the first Star Wars movie and has been a life-long fan ever since. He has been working in the field of comics and illustration for over two decades, starting at Marvel Comics and working for many of the majors. He has also done design work for toy companies including Hasbro and Mattel and has been Emmy-nominated for his work on FoxSports. Ken has done many pieces for Lucasfilm over the years and was a key contributor to the style guide for Revenge of the Sith. One of Ken's Star Wars illustration highlights was a stint at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 where he covered a Volkwagen Passat with Star Wars imagery live on the convention floor. He completed the car in three days using Sharpies -- 35 in all -- with little to no reference. In Ken's words -- "Best job ever." Ken currently is part of R.A.I.D., a group of very talented comic artists based in Toronto, Canada. Ken is also doing covers for DC Comics and toy development for Hasbro and Mattel.

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