Posted by Chris on July 17, 2010 at 08:00 AM CST
StarWars.com writes:

Since the tender age of five -- when Star Wars first hit the big screen -- Jamie Snell has always wanted to be a Star Wars artist. With that said, he is beyond excited to be taking part in his first Star Wars Celebration Art Show. Graduating from Columbus College of Art and Design, Jamie has been working on and off as a freelance illustrator for over 10 years. Some of his credits include various sketch card sets from Topps, IDW Publishing: Beastwars Source book, Image Comics: Popgun Anthology Vol.1 , and various other inking projects.

Jamie Snell<br>

Title: "Bane"
Edition Size: 250 prints
Print Size: 18" x 24"
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To see more artwork from Jamie, visit his Facebook page.
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Moving into our nineteenth year of shooting Star Wars collectibles, we pause for a moment to consider legacy. Our photography is obviously recognizable because of the blue background, but looking further back, especially after we published The Man Who Shot Luke Skywalker galleries last December, we've put our minds to offering more classic Kenner backgrounds to our galleries. Follow this link to have a look and then let us know if you'd like to continue to explore this train of thought.
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