Posted by Jay on July 2, 2013 at 10:13 AM CST
Looking for some cool collectible art, but can't make it to Celebration Europe this summer? Well, you're in luck as several artists have started wait lists for their prints for fans who cannot attend but still want to purchase the prints.

Artists include: Chris Trevas, Joe Corroney, Brian Rood, Jerry Vanderstelt, and Shea Standefer.

The lists are all managed according to the order of messages received: first come, first served! So check out their prints on our Celebration Survival Guide - Collectibles page and then email the artists using the links above to reserve your copy.
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