Posted by Chris on July 26, 2012 at 12:00 AM CST
There are 36 artists attending Celebration VI which means 36 exclusive art prints to hunt down. Today, we start our Artist Spotlight series with Steve Anderson & Spencer Brinkerhoff.



Artist: Steve Anderson
Title: Uniting A Galaxy
Size: 24" x 36"
Paper: TBD
Price: No price listed
Edition Size: 250


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.



Artist: Spencer Brinkerhoff
Title: You are a part of the Rebel Alliance and a TRAITOR!
Size: 12.5" x 25"
Paper: TBD
Price: $50
Edition Size: 250

Stop by cell block 1138 (booth 1138) to see Spencer Brinkerhoff III and check out his new artwork. You can commission a Celebration VI exclusive sketch card ($30) and get your picture taken. Did you miss out on Spencer's CV PhotoBooth? Wait till you see the improvements for the Celebration VI exclusive PhotoBooth ($25). Hint: holograms!

Be sure to stop by everyday at 11:38am to enter a free art raffle, and on Thursday and Friday afternoon be sure to come by the Family Room for Spencer's "Star Wars in Basic: A Universal Drawing System" class.

PLUS! New art to be revealed shortly.
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