“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 collectibles as it increases.
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5 Responses to “She’s Got It Where It Counts” by Mark Englert

  1. Brian says:

    THIS! LOOKS! AWESOME!

  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
      dunno

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