As any STAR WARS fan knows, the love for the saga extends well beyond the films and into our daily lives. We play with the LEGOs, collect the figurines, read the books, and wear the apparel. Some of us have been collecting for 40 years, others our whole lives. It serves as inspiration and fills us with wonderment.
That is why, for the 40th Anniversary of STAR WARS, Artist Matt Busch chose to illustrate an epic collection of over 200 of greatest, the rarest, and the strangest collectibles to hit the shelves. With material spanning the film in 1977 to the recently released ROGUE ONE, nearly every character and type of item is depicted, from toy to magazine to poster to tape dispenser. This will be one of the pieces in your own collection that you could stare at for hours.
The limited edition print is 16″ x 36″, a nice size that is large without taking up too much wall space- perfect for those in-between wall spaces and nooks. You can get awesome frames this size on Amazon.com- just search for “16 36 frame”.
The print is a limited edition of only 250- all of which are signed and numbered in the lower right-hand box by Matt Busch.
Plus- there is an opportunity to have your print remarqued in the bottom center square. This means Matt will draw you an additional marker sketch of a character! This will truly make this collectible one-of-a-kind. The cost of having the remarque sketch is an extra $25. (You can select whether you want the sketch included or not above.) Matt was only doing custom sketches to order at the show- if you’re ordering now, you won’t get to choose, but will be happy with what you get. Matt typically draws Vader, Yoda, BB-8, and Old Luke.
Check out the video interview below, where Matt chats with Studio SB3 about the piece, STAR WARS in general, and more!
*NOTE* The limited number of maps available Online has sold out. However, the remainder of prints will be available soon. Stay tuned for details. If you have questions, or want to be sure to lock in one for yourself, email email@example.com.
Years in the making, Matt Busch is proud to unveil the illustrated Indiana Jones World Map! Perfect timing, being the 30th Anniverary of Indiana Jones this year. Authorized through Lucasfilm and all proceeds from the sale of this print go to American disabled veterans.
The map shows all of the locations that Indiana Jones has made archeological discoveries- not just the movies- the novels, the comic books, the Young Indy TV shows, the video games, and more.
There are 36 different archeological artifacts displayed, each illustrated where Indy discovered it, and numbered chronologically. 3 Legend sections list info on the artifacts, including name, city and country, year, title of the story the artifact was discovered in, followed by symbols. The Key chart lets you decipher those symbols for each artifact to see how the story was presented, be it film, novel, TV Episode, etc… In many cases, these stories have been delivered in multiple platforms. In other words, “Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis” was at first designed as a video game, but later developed as a comic book, too…
In each of the four corners, Busch illustrated an exotic stone relief carving, each representing a cultural motif from one of the four Indiana Jones feature films.
The print measures a whopping 24″ X 36″ (fit for a world map!) and easy to frame in any standard movie poster size frame. All prints are signed and numbered (limited edition of 255) by Matt Busch.
At last! The brand new REY’S VISION limited edition Art Print by Matt Busch, exclusive to the 2016 STAR WARS CELEBRATION EUROPE event is now available to you right here, right now!
Inspired by the awesome dream-like sequence when Rey first touches the Skywalker lightsaber in STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS! Artist Matt Busch has captured Rey’s eerie visions of past, present and future, all collected into an evocative montage!
The limited edition print is 12″ x 36″, (30.5 x 91.5cm) a unique size that is large without taking up too much horizontal wall space- perfect for those in-between spaces and nooks. It’s also a common frame size you can find at any Wal*Mart or Target. Even easier, try Amazon to see their excellent selection of 12″ x 36″ frames. This would look fantastic anywhere that needs a little Force push to liven it up!
The print is limited to only 250- all of which will be signed and numbered by Matt Busch. All prints are be rolled in plastic before shipping. The cost of the print is £35 ($51.25).
Order before the limited number remaining is gone!
Check out the STAR WARS CONNECTION Podcast below, where these gals discuss in detail some of the elusive mysteries surrounding the painting and what they could mean for Rey when we see her in Episode 8!
Shiva to Believa! Show your support of ALADDIN 3477 by wearing this sweet beveled logo shirt loud and proud!
High Quality 3 color silk screens. Available in unisex sizes S – XXL.
Think of all the great places you could put this deluxe ALADDIN 3477 beveled logo patch! On a hat, jacket, bag, snuggie… The possibilities are endless! And showing your support is so very appreciated! Thank you!
These 4-color high quality patches are 1.75″ x 5″!
Here’s your chance to get an incredible sneak peek at the ALADDIN 3477 movie! Offered here is a complete set of all 24 Series One Trading Cards!
Each card has a character or scene on the front. On the back has information about said character or scene, with additional behind-the-scenes info about cast and crew that is bringing it to life.
In addition, the back of each card has a space intended for a signature. The idea is to get them all signed! The ALADDIN 3477 cast and crew will soon be making the rounds at shows and conventions near you- happy to sign your cards for free.
For some of you ordering, we will randomly throw in some signed cards to help you get started. The sooner you order, the greater chances you may end up with a few of these signed already.
There are limited quantities and there will be more ALADDIN 3477 Trading Card series in the future, so don’t miss out on the very first one!
This special issue of ART SCENE INTERNATIONAL features a 12 page article on how Matt Busch illustrated the STAR WARS Episode III: Revenge of the Sith Style D One Sheet movie poster!
In addition to dozens of images detailing how Matt’s sketches were approved with Lucasfilm, the article also has segments with Lucasfilm’s Pete Vilmur and the poster’s typographer Paul Micheal Kane.
An incredible tutorial with other other how-to gems included.
This killer AT-AT / AT-ST button as illustrated by Matt Busch is sure to make your attire have that zing you’re looking for. Wear it with Imperial pride!
Authorized by Lucasfilm and licensed by Zazzle. Button measures 1.25 inches in diameter.
This killer AT-AT and AT-ST Walker magnet as illustrated by Matt Busch is sure to make your fridge that much cooler. No pun intended.
Authorized by Lucasfilm and licensed by Zazzle. Magnet measures 2 inches by 2 inches.
In this vibrant image from Topps’ STAR WARS Galaxy 6 Series, we see the impressive power of the Jedi! The image was previously featured in the STAR WARS POSTER BOOK as a rare poster from the Netherlands!
The card comes signed by artist Matt Busch!
This special STAR WARS commemorative issue of AUTOGRAPH TIMES has a deluxe wrap-around cover, illustrated by Matt Busch. The magazine also has a feature article and interview with Matt. It also has some rare and never-before-scene concept images that Matt illustrated STAR WARS – Episode II, Attack of the Clones!
The demon of demons, illustrated by Matt Busch in all his flaming glory. (Not that kind of flaming.) This card is from the base set of LORD OF THE RINGS Masterpieces II. It comes signed by the artist!
This trading card from Topps’ STAR WARS GALAXY 5 series brands Matt Busch’s vision of the epic battle of Hoth from THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK. Here, Busch shows more fucus on some of the elements not seen as much in the movie, including the AT-ST Walkers and Probe Droids.
The card comes signed by Matt Busch. (Signature not shown in above image.)
This comic book written by J.C. Vaughn and illustrated by Matt Busch has been hailed by many fans as the greatest BATTLESTAR GALACTICA comic issue of all time.
The etheral story takes place on the eve of the original BATTLESTAR movie, and the entire issue is evocatively painted by Matt Busch. The issue also features a deluxe 8 page sketchbook of all the main characters and vehicles, as well as a nice article / interview with Busch.
For fans of classic BSG or Matt Busch, this is one item your collection cannot be without!
You know who’s King among the Clouds, and you know “He Just Gambles Better!” As seen in the first episode of the cartoon Power of the Force Girls (see below) BESPIN KING is one of Pizza Da Hutt’s favorite fast-food restaurants!
This pimp sticker measures 4 x 6 inches. Show all your friends who has the REAL Whopper! Um, Or something…