New ‘Date Nite at Black Spire Outpost’ and More ‘Star Wars’ Art Revealed for Star Wars Celebration Anaheim

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Several works of art, including one featuring Batuu from Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, have been revealed for the Star Wars Celebration Art Show, a returning tradition to this year’s Anaheim celebration. Each work will have a limit of 250 prints, with 200 available for pre-order and pick up at the Art Show and 50 reserved for sale at Celebration. Pre-orders will go live at DarkInkArt.com on May 2 at 12 p.m. PT and run through May 16 at 12 p.m. PT. Check out some of the art below.

“Date Nite at Black Spire Outpost,” Brian Miller

“I was inspired to create a vintage-style illustration celebrating the thrill and romance of Black Spire Outpost under starlight. Imagine walking arm-in-arm with your date from a galaxy far, far away. The soft warm glow of lights and melodic sounds spill out of the cantina as exotic scents fill the nite air. You stroll past the Millennium Falcon and wonder what life as a smuggler would be like. Enjoy the perfect date nite on Batuu — just watch out for First Order stormtroopers!”

“Reflective Power,” Al Abbazia

“My daughter Emily and I came up with the overall concept years ago. She mentioned how great it would be if I created a piece with a child looking up to their hero, feeling confident and empowered. My daughter was my inspiration; her thoughts and vision drove my work in a piece like this.“This art embodies not only every child’s dreams, but also the bond between my daughter and me. I hope ‘Reflective Power’ conveys a sense of wonder, admiration, and endless possibilities in all of us.”

“Max Rebo Live,” Kate Carleton

“I wanted to create a fun gig poster for one the best bands in the galaxy, the Max Rebo Band. Here’s hoping they get to go on tour soon across the galaxy playing hits like ‘Jedi Rocks’ and finally escape the Tatooine heat.”

“The Sun and Moon,” Kaela Croft

“This piece plays off of the tarot cards ‘The Sun’ and ‘The Moon,’ which when pulled together, sometimes represent a sort of duality in life. It seemed fitting for Rey.”

“I’m Not In It For You, Princess,” Karen Hallion

“This piece showcases some of the different facets of Han and Leia’s relationship; using this shot seemed to frame that perfectly. All of the windows of the Falcon are a great mosaic to place scenes. This key scene of Han saying ‘I’m not in it for you,’ which I feel like ended up being false, was important to show. To me, Leia helped Han become a better man; he stayed with the rebels because of his love for her and because she changed him.”

“One Heart Divided,” Ksenia Zelentsova

Star Wars animation is what made me truly fall in love with the galaxy far far away. The story of clone troopers, their place in the events of the saga, as well as each of their personal stories are what resonated with me the most, very much like The Bad Batch tackles very personal conflicts against the backdrop of this major shift in the galaxy. When creating this piece I wanted to focus on the strong emotional bonds that make each of these individual characters a part of one whole. All members of the squad have their own history, and Omega is placed in the heart of things to represent their combined future.”

Check out even more of the art on StarWars.com, and click here for the full Star Wars Celebration Anaheim schedule.

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