Posted by Adam on January 31, 2014 at 08:17 PM CST
After a week's break, the next print in Tom Hodges' Original Trilogy Series 1: A New Hope is Han Solo and Chewbacca. Click through for all of the details.

Original Trilogy, Series 1, A New Hope will be a ten print series with the following prints, by order of release, still to come:

  • Princess Leia
  • R2-D2 and C-3PO
  • Grand Moff Tarkin
  • Stormtroopers (horizontal)
  • Rebel Soldiers with Captain Antilles (horizontal)
  • Tie Pilots (horizontal)
  • Rebel Pilots (Wedge, Biggs, Porkins, horizontal)

Limited to twenty of each release, the prints will be hand signed and numbered and priced at $25 each; the prints do not include a Remarque.

Tom has sold all-but-two of the complete sets that he was offering, which you can still purchase here, priced at $225 for each set plus S&H, though please be aware that the sets will not be offered with Remarques.

Please also note that the full sets will not ship until all ten prints have been released.

The print is sized 11" x 17", will come on 80lb Acid Free Archival Paper in a matte finish and may not ship until after February 21st.

As with all of Tom's previous prints, the single print will only be available over the weekend, ending the morning of Monday, February 3rd, at 8am PT or until it sells out, which ever comes first!
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