“High Stakes” STAR WARS Celebration Art Print by Matt Busch
$60.00 – $90.00
**The Pre-Sale for this Limited Edition Art Print has ended. However, you will still be able to get prints at the show, while they last. See you at STAR WARS CELEBRATION Chicago 2019!**
You knew the legend before you even saw SOLO: A Star Wars Story. Matt Busch’s new limited art print “High Stakes” is a case of life imitating art, and then art imitating life once again. In the film, the lighting and staging of the scene where Han and Lando play an intense game of Sabacc was inspired by classic Caravaggio paintings. Here, Busch has reversed the inspiration by illustrating the scene using the same chiaroscuro light and shadow to create a new stylized Baroque work of art.
Busch adds, “I wanted to create a piece that would be perfect to frame and hang in your man-cave, woman-cave, game room, or anywhere you play cards with your Star Wars friends.”
This beautiful limited edition art print is 24″ x 20″, the perfect size to hang near your poker table (or sabacc table). It’s a standard size for frames that you’ll find at WalMart or anywhere you shop framing.
The edition size is 250 prints. The first 200 are available to pre-order here, with the remaining 50 available exclusively at the Star Wars Celebration Chicago this April. Even if you pre-order, all prints must be picked up at the show at booth #1523. Please print out the receipt email from your order and have it with you!
All prints are signed and numbered in the lower right-hand box by Matt Busch. You will have the opportunity at the show to choose which number edition you’d like, but that’s on a first-come, first serve basis.
Plus- there is an opportunity to have your print remarqued in the lower left-hand box. This means Matt will draw you an additional marker sketch of a character, vehicle, or item! This will truly make this collectible art print one-of-a-kind. The cost of having the remarque sketch will be an additional fee, payable at the show. You will also be able to choose what you’d like Matt to draw, but it would be helpful if you have an image you like of said character or item on your phone for him to see exactly what you are thinking. Sometimes customers want Matt to draw a LEGO Minifig, so anything goes!