Posted by Chris on July 20, 2010 at 08:00 AM CST
From RussellWalks.com:

Although his original career goals included both becoming bionic and joining the rebellion against the Empire, Russell Walks eventually decided that his destiny lie along another path, and chose art school over adventure. Since beginning his career as a professional illustrator in 1992, Walks has created art based on licensed properties for a variety of clients, including Lucasfilm, Paramount, Warner Brothers, and Marvel, while his award-winning children's themed work has appeared in a variety of books and magazines. Walks is also a successful painter; his personal work has won both regional and national acclaim, and hangs in private collections throughout the world.

Walks currently lives in Montana, where he spends his days drawing, painting and counting himself lucky that he actually gets paid for doing what he loves.


Russell Walks

Edition Size: 250
Celebration V Exclusive


Russell Walks

Celebration V Empire Tribute
Celebration Store Exclusive
Size: 24"x36" poster with a matte finish
Edition Size: 2,000
Price: $10.00

Also as a limited edition lithograph on heavy rag-content paper, matte finish
Signed & hand-numbered
Size: 16"x26"
Edition Size: 100
Price: $60.00


Be sure to stop by Russell's table during the show and say hello!
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