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Beginning March 10th @ noon PT & ending March 20th @ noon PT

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Academy BFF's

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Original price $ 55.00 - Original price $ 55.00
Original price
$ 55.00
$ 55.00 - $ 55.00
Current price $ 55.00
Type: Lithograph

Star Wars Celebration Europe April 7th - 10th 2023 at ExCel London in England

  • "Academy BFF's"
  • artist:  Nick Scurfield
  • $55.00 (US pre-order price)
  • 14" x 11" (paper size), 13" x 10" (image size)
  •  signed and numbered lithograph print on 250gsm Claro Silk
  • 250 piece edition
  • limit 2 per customer (multiple orders will be cancelled without notice)
  • price to purchase directly at the show will be £45 (GBP)

This piece will be available for pick-up at the artist's table in the Art Show section at Star Wars Celebration Europe in London. 

Prints will not be shipped.  This print can only be ordered with other Celebration pick-up prints and can not be combined with other prints to ship on this site. This print is not eligible for any discounts.

About the art:
As a lifelong fan of Star Wars I know that many of us now have families of our own and are keen to pass on our love of these stories to the next generation, so I love to create artwork that would feel appropriate to hang in the bedroom of young children or in a family room, introducing them to characters and scenarios that celebrate the magic of Star Wars.

While as it stands there's no indication that these two characters met before they were introduced in The Mandalorian, it's plausible that they spent time together as younglings at the Jedi Academy. It was fun imagining the mischief they could have got up to together.

In my work I begin with pencil sketches, scan these and then work up flat colours before applying colour grading, light and shadows. I love the benefits of digital work but often add soft grain and use brushes that emulate traditional methods of illustration such as paint, chalk and pastels to bring some texture and character to the piece.


About the artist:
Nick Scurfield (he/him)
I have drawn forever. It first became a problem at school. I’d fill every margin in my school books with doodles. Unable to quit I decided to study art, intent on making a career from illustration. I’ve now been a professional illustrator for twenty years. I'm still not cured.