Leonard Nimoy’s Final Artwork Is One Of 50 Pieces Of Star Trek Art Going On Tour

Leonard Nimoy’s Final Artwork Is One Of 50 Pieces Of Star Trek Art Going On Tour
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We’re all well aware that 2016 is the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. But beyond just Star Trek Beyond, there are several other major celebrations planned. One that starts during San Diego Comic-Con is a 50-artist travelling exhibit that includes Leonard Nimoy’s final piece of work.

Called Star Trek: 50 Years, 50 Artists, it will open on July 21 at Michael J. Wolf Fine Arts in San Diego, CA. From there, it will end up in Las Vegas, Toronto and the UK. The official Star Trek site is slowly revealing all the pieces and here are the first few, including the final work of Spock himself.

Hand in Vulcan Gesture,

“Hand in Vulcan Gesture,” photograph by Leonard Nimoy

For more on the Nimoy piece, head to Mashable, which has a nice write up.

There are also a few more that have been revealed. Check them out.

U.S.S. Enterprise Spec Sheet

“U.S.S. Enterprise Spec Sheet” by Tom Whalen

50 - Live Long and Prosper

“50 – Live Long and Prosper” by Rocco Malatesta

Home is Where the Journey Is

“Home is Where the Journey Is” by Calvin May

To Boldly Go

“To Boldly Go” by Joshua Budich

That’s just five of the 50 pieces in the show. For more reveals, information about the art show and the concerts and conventions that are helping celebrate 50 years of Trek, visit the official site.

[Star Trek]