Hand-numbered COA with BNG hologram of authenticity
Edition size will be determined by the number of prints sold through Sunday, October 17th @ 11:59PM ET
Please note: The images below are a mockup to demonstrate the flip effect, actual images may differ between each lenticular. All lenticular prints ship flat and cannot be combined with any other order.
Ships in 4 – 6 weeks
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The artwork is released in conjunction with Acme Archives, the official Star Wars licensee
Read more. Bruce is responsible for all the great art on Adafruit! Excellent work Bruce. And no, this is not a NFTeee ! It’s a physical print, support artists 🙂
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