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SWCE2023 ATTENDEE PRE-ORDER FOR PICK UP ONLY - NO ORDERS WILL SHIP

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

PRE-ORDERS HAVE NOW CLOSED. THERE WILL BE LIMITED QUANTITIES FOR PURCHASE ONSITE AT THE SHOW

Things That Were

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

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

  • "Things That Were"
  • artist:  Zoltan Simon
  • $55.00 (US pre-order price)
  • A3: 297 x 420 mm // 11.7 x 16.5 in signed and numbered print
  • printed on 90lb paper with a satin aqueous coating using 11-color pigment ink
  • 250 piece edition
  • limit 2 per customer (multiple orders will be cancelled without notice)
  • price to purchase directly at the show will be £50 GBP (price subject to change)

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:
My poster 'Things That Were' conveys what has been lost: the Jedi are gone, the Republic is gone, Padmé is gone. But even if it is nighttime in Naboo and also the age of darkness for the galaxy, the soothing blue colors and the glowing moonlight promise that there is still hope. Ahsoka mourns the things that were - as we have seen in Tales of the Jedi. She just heads to the starfighter now. But eventually, her way leads to bringing light back to the galaxy.

Printed using special 11-color pigment ink to ensure the rich expression of the subtle hues of the moonlit night scenery.


About the artist:
Zoltan Simon (he/him/his) is a digital mixed media artist whose most popular Star Wars poster was used to make the world's largest Lego mosaic in London. He focuses on the emotional and mythological key points of the saga in his limited edition artworks.