“The Falcon” by Brad Biancardi

Idly browsing through the interwebs i came across this Oil on Canvas painting by Brad Biancardi. Quite a beautiful and radiant picture in my opinion. At 60″ by 47″ it certainly is a beast and one that is well out of my price range.

There’s also a particularly nice Tie Fighter painting too. At 60″ by 66″ Brad certainly doesn’t believe in small pictures. 🙂

I shall have to do some digging on this artist.

About mffanrodders

A long time Science Fiction fan and Star Wars collector, my collection focus has taken a turn towards Han Solo's iconic Star Ship and I thought that i'd start this blog to keep track of my collection of Millennium Falcon related stuff as i progress.
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6 Responses to “The Falcon” by Brad Biancardi

  1. This really weird. The first time I looked at this was very small on my cell phone. I swear I saw a woman standing in an orange dress, hands on hips and legs in a wide stance, in front of the ship.

    Squint and see if you see it.

  2. mffanrodders says:

    LOL. WOW!!! You REALLY like the Falcon, don’t you? 😛

    Yes, i see it on the bottom half. I never noticed that before and it gives the picture a little more depth. I like it. I think i’m going to have to look a little closer to the rest of it now. Thanks for pointing it out.

  3. mffanrodders says:

    Now that you mention it, i get the impression that the top half of the painting is supposed to represent Darth Vader. Is the “girl” vader’s mouth?

    • Mike Demaine says:

      Vaders, huh. I hadn’t seen that, but I can totally see where you’re coming from there. It’s a really interesting style. It’s like all of the dimensions have been pulled apart and out.

      This is the kind of piece one could display on the living room and not be considered a geek.

  4. bab says:

    Wow, I’m flattered dudes!
    It’s great that you are finding things buried within the image. At this point, I was trying to make paintings that were just abstract enough to allow for anyone to see things that may, or may not actually be there. In short, the painting is about an aesthetic preference of mine; one that walks the line between the raw and the refined, the nieve and the virtuous, organization and chaos. The Falcon has this characteristic, i.e., “the fastest hunk-o-junk in the galaxy.”

    That blog has not been updated lately but here’s my website:


    Sorry…I haven’t made an Star Wars paintings since 2007.

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