Star Trek: The Next Generation is celebrating 30 years since its 1987 debut and now fans can own the perfect poster set to commemorate the anniversary.
Artist Dusty Abell has created a set of two posters featuring a wide array of crew members, aliens, and ships from across all seven seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation. The posters are divided with the show’s heroes on one side and the villains on the other. Check out both posters in the gallery below.
Star Trek: The Next Generation fans may find it a fun challenge to try to name every character on each poster. If that proves too difficult, the two-poster set includes a key that names every human, Romulan, Klingon, and Borg depicted by Abell’s artwork.
Here’s the official product description from the Roddenberry Shop, where the limited edition set can be purchased for $99:
- 40" x 27"
- Limited Edition (1800 Individually Numbered Sets)
- 3-Piece Set Includes 28" x 13" Signed Key
Dusty Abell became legendary to Star Trek fans for his breathtaking 50th Anniversary poster featuring characters and ships from The Original Series. Now he's created a NEW Star Trek masterpiece exclusively for Roddenberry Entertainment.
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Abell has meticulously illustrated two incredible works of art, featuring heroes and villains
Limited to just *1800 sets, these high-quality posters are printed in full color on heavy-weight 80# cover paper, each measuring 40"x27".
And there's more!
All sets include a third “key” poster that lists every character, vessel, and object featured, along with its location and corresponding episode title. Measuring 28”x13”, the key poster is hand signed by the artist and individually numbered & foil-stamped with the Roddenberry TNG 30th anniversary logo.
"I’m so glad to have had the opportunity to create these pieces," says Abell. "They’ve only gotten my mind racing about even more subjects and themes to tackle going forward."
After two decades away, Star Trek: The Next Generation returned Star Trek to television in September 1987. This September, 30 years to the week after the debut of Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Discovery will become the first new Star Trek television series in 12 years. While the first episode of Star Trek: Discovery will air on CBS, the show will boldly go where no Star Trek series has gone before by becoming the franchise's first streaming series with new episodes appearing on CBS All Access in the United States and on Netflix in most other countries.