Posted by Trustpigs July 19, 2013

If the tale of the tortoise and the hare taught us anything, it is that the so-called best and quickest thing isn't always the best; sometimes you need to reply on a dependable, old, possibly unwieldy beast when it counts. This same truth applies to two of the best Sci-Fi franchises: Star Wars and Firefly, in each of which we are introduced to 'flying junkheaps' — the Millennium Falcon and Serenity, respectively — that get the job done every time! To honor these lovely Lemons of space flight, artist Justin Vangenderen has created a pair of one-color screen prints: "Lemon - Millennium Falcon" and "Lemon - Firefly." Each 14" x 18" print is produced on 100 lb. cougar white paper and limited to an edition of 75 copies worldwide. At only $30 a print, these are sure to disappear quickly when they are released today (Firday, July 19th, 2013) at 6PM Eastern time in the Spoke Art online shop.



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