Awesome ‘Star Trek: The Original Series’ retro-style posters created by Juan Ortiz. It took Ortiz nearly two years to create 80 retro-style posters for each episode from the original series. Check out his interview with StarTrek.com on the final set of posters.
All 80 posters are available for purchase at StarTrek.com shop.
Star Trek: The Original Series – The Cage by Juan Ortiz
Star Trek: The Original Series – Where No Man Has Gone Before by Juan Ortiz
Star Trek: The Original Series – Shore Leave by Juan Ortiz
Star Trek: The Original Series – Metamorphosis by Juan Ortiz
Star Trek: The Original Series – Turnabout Intruder by Juan Ortiz
Set your phasers to fun!
Paramount will be building a Star Trek theme park treatment at Spain’s Paramount Park Murica. I’m already planning my trip.
According to StarTrek.com:
The wide-ranging project will incorporate condos and office buildings, hotels, malls, a casino, a convention center, gardens, nightlife and dining areas, an exhibition hall/auditorium and… a theme park divided into several sections.
Plaza Futura will be designed to appeal to Star Trek fans. 3D renderings depict a large futuristic square that will include a Starfleet Spain recruiting center, a 3D simulator ride (which allows guests/recruits to experience adventures in outer space), and a Warp Speed Coaster that will reach exciting heights and speeds and include an underground portion (a wormhole, naturally) and several loops.
Set to open at the end of 2015.
Epic Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover created by comic artist Mike Mayhew and artist/colorist Rainier Beredo.
Captain Picard/Professor X and Gandalf/Magneto mashup.
[Via Andrew Kwan DeviantArt]
Pittsburg based custom jewelry designer Paul Michael Bierker, has designed this stunning Boldly Going Somewhere USS Enterprise ring. Bierker offers 4 choices of metals and gems. The price of the ring ranges from $600 for the Sterling silver with blue topaz and CZ to $4,000 for a Platinum with Blue color enhanced diamonds and white diamond galaxy.
Bierker has also designed other geek themed engagement rings such as R2-D2, Han Solo in carbonite, Pokeball, and Wonder Woman tiara.
Bounty Hunter Ring
What a wookie wants
WW band with custom cut created rubies
The White Hunter
Poke Engagement Ring with Real Gems
Check out his Etsy page, Paul Michael Design and his website, to see the rest of his work.
I adore the movie Frozen and the original version of “Let It Go.” There are countless YouTube videos of fans singing their own version of “Let It Go.” YouTubers Debs & Errol decided to take it up a notch and created this hilarious parody video replacing “Let It Go” with Captain Jean Luc Picard’s famous line “Make It So”. The video also includes scenes from ‘Star Trek: First Contact.’
Enjoy the video my fellow Trekkies!
Happy Birthday To My Favorite Android, Brent Spiner! Spiner is celebrating his 65th birthday today. I had the chance to see him at Dragon Con last year and I’m looking forward to meeting him this year at Dragon Con.
Favorite Star Trek: TNG scenes with Data:
Thank you G.B. Koening for reminding me of this episode. Brent Spiner’s appearance on Night Court:
Today would have been DeForest Kelley’s 94th birthday. Kelley was best known for his role as Dr. Leonard ‘Bones’ McCoy on Star Trek: The Original Series. Bones will be forever my favorite Star Trek Doctor.
He will never be forgotten. RIP DeForest.
Damn it, Jim! I’m a Doctor not a….
Beautiful tribute to DeForest Kelley by Kayley Fiorino:
Leonard Nimoy tweeted how proud he was of his granddaughter Dani for running his LLAP store. He then offered to become your “honorary”grandfather.
As a Trekkie and a fan of Spock, I have made the logical choice and accepted Leonard Nimoy as my honorary grandpa.
LLAP ”Live long and prosper”
William Shatner’s response to Nimoy’s tweet:
How devoted are you to your fandom? This Trekkie took her fandom to another level. Meet Line Rainville, 51, from Quebec, Canada. She spent the last two years and $30,00 transforming her basement into the original USS Enterprise. Rainville recreated the Enterprise bridge, an observation deck, a transporter room, and a recreation room. The attention to detail is amazing that only Trekkies would notice them.
“I was 9 when I first watched ‘Star Trek’ in French with my father, I became addicted to this show and during the week, and I looked forward to each Tuesday at seven for another episode. I enjoyed ‘Star Trek’ because it was about space, unknown worlds, and aliens who often ended up being more friendly than expected. I enjoyed learning about Vulcans and seeing the interactions between the characters. I was fond of Kirk and almost jealous of Spock because he was always around the captain, a place I wanted to claim.” - Rainville told CNET.
You can read more about it here if you’re interested. There’s also two video interviews by CTV News Canada.
(Picture: Line Rainville)