For a Star Wars UK Competition, artist and poster designer Matt Ferguson has crafted these simply awesome Solo: A Star Wars Story art prints, they are asking fans to share photos of the space they have reserved for their Blu-ray copy of the film. High resolution images of the art prints (click each one for a larger view) are included beneath from the embedded Twitter post.
Lucasfilm/Disney have just released some new Star Wars concept art to tie-in with the On-Demand release of SOLO: A Star Wars Story and the Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD release on September 25th!
The images are all in spectacular Ultra High-Resolution, much the same as the previous gallery of The Art of Solo : A Star Wars Story. Although some have already been previously released.
Below are some more Solo : A Star Wars Story Concept Art from ‘The Art of Solo’ writer Phil Szostak’s Twitter feed.
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The Savareen platform was modelled by him with a damage pass done by Chris Dipaola. The Falcon was made by Masa Narita.
The Corellia environment was a ILM team effort and the work ended up looking fantastic. Andrew has said he was honored to have contributed to it and worked with such a great team.
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Another masterpiece by Artistofdesign in removing all the text from Solo A Star Wars Story ‘Textless’ DVD – BluRay Cover Art
The return of Ray Park’s Maul (no longer a “Darth,” per the animated series continuity) in a surprise cameo that may or may not set up future films. “I found out last June/July when we were in Guatemala,” he tells me, a time which, unbeknownst to him, coincided with Howard stepping into the director’s chair. “I got the phone call from Lynne Hale from Lucasfilm. And it was really nice of her, because she said to me ‘Ray, we’re just calling to see if you would like to do it.’ And I went [inhales slowly] ‘Yeah. Do you want me on the plane now?’” He ended up filming in October, towards the end of production.
In the Clone Wars and Rebels animated shows, Maul survived being cut in half at the end of The Phantom Menace, and made a comeback with robotic legs, though in Solo, you only see his upper body in a hologram. Now, in support of Solo‘s upcoming release on Movies Anywhere (Sept. 14th) and Blu-ray and 4K (Sept. 25th), Lucasfilm has released images of Ray Park in full Maul costume with the robot legs.
Park actually blatantly spoiled his own cameo well ahead of time, but because fans were so focused on the idea of him being in an Obi-Wan Kenobi movie, nobody really guessed he meant Solo. “I may have deleted a bunch, but if you go back and check all my Instagram posts, I was secretly telling everyone, but no-one knew.”
And by “secretly” he means posts like this one, with the caption, “Now… I wonder why i shaved my hair a wee while ago? #sith #sithlife #secrets #baldy #cleanshaved #starwars #solo #maul #surprise #london #besttime #thankyou.”