“She’s Got It Where It Counts” by Mark Englert

Up on the Bottleneck Gallery today is this wonderful print by Mark Englert of the Millennium Falcon. I love the way that he’s kept the focus on the Falcon but used backgrounds from all three or the original trilogy movies. Just beautiful.

Mark Englert - Shes Got It Where It Counts - Regular

$65 for a 24″ by 36″ screen print with metallic ink layer. Each print will be hand numbered. This is on a timed release from Thursday 04th October at 12:00 ET (17:00 UK time) through to Sunday 07th October at 11:59pm ET.

There is also a variant which is $75 and limited to an edition size of 250 pieces.
Mark Englert - Shes Got It Where It Counts - VariantI looked it up immediately and the variant had sold out, so I was only able to order a regular version. 😦 I had to get one off eBay. $170 was the cheapest one I could find.

I have some close up, detail shots.


The final figure sold was 1750. Congratulations, Mark.

About mffanrodders

A keen Star Wars collector since 1977, my collection focus seems to have taken on a turn towards Han Solo's iconic Star Ship. Why the Millennium Falcon? No one else seemed to have one at the time and it was fair to say that i had difficulty resisting the higher end models. My friend, icruise from Rebelscum has a superb blog for his Jabba the Hutt collection, I thought that i'd start this blog to chart my own collection of Millennium Falcon related stuff as it increases. Well, that was the plan but it now seems to be more about cataloguing any Millennium Falcon item in general now so that i can come back to them later.
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5 Responses to “She’s Got It Where It Counts” by Mark Englert

  1. Brian says:


  2. mffanrodders says:

    Any thoughts on framing? You always have such great display ideas.

    • Brian h says:

      Not yet. It is about 90cm wide. Image ratio 3:2
      – framed print and passe-partout results in a huge frame and needs a lot of space
      – frame without passe-partout is not to my liking
      – frameles behind glas, least space needed, but locally visible clamps
      – glue entire print on a plate, insert plate into a shadow gap frame, has no glas

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