British artist Guy Stauber‘s new, original trilogy Star Wars posters are now on sale from Dark Ink, who offer a range of officially licensed artworks inspired by the space saga created by George Lucas.
Available as a 24”x18” lithograph prints through Dark Ink, Guy’s three posters – “Binary Star”, Scout Patrol” and “All Terrain” realise imagery from the first three Star Wars films featuring scenes set on Tatooine, Hoth and Endor. If you’d like signed versions these will soon be on sale through Guy’s own web store.
Guy’s work is part of a set of new Star Wars releases from Dark Ink, also offering posters by J.J. Lendl, Karen Hallion and Danny Haas.
Based in Southampton, Guy has extensive experience in delivering creative assets for an array of clients and agencies from start ups through to global blue chip companies, working across editorial, apparel, movie licensing and beyond.
He set up Shogun Graphic Systems in 2001, providing a bespoke digital illustration and graphic design service to a wide, diverse range of international clients, who include Marvel, DC, Lucasfilm, The Wall Street Journal and many more. His work has been exhibited at the Hero Complex Gallery in L.A & Comic Con in New York.
Dark Ink is a specialty release site run by Acme Archives located in Burbank, CA. Their artwork, which includes posters inspired by Star Wars, Futurama, The Simpsons and more have been officially licensed through Lucasfilm and Twentieth Century Fox, all prints delivered with a certificate of authenticity.