‘The Left Side of Leonard Nimoy’ Beaded Art Wide Cuff Square Stitched Bracelet with Buttonholes for a (Trek) Cufflink and a Removable Watch Face. One of a Kind.
On the left: my old ‘Spock Prime’ bracelet. On the right: the new beaded cuff with buttonholes and sterling silver watch attachments. The two pieces were not meant to be a match size-wise, but they do, almost, complement each other. Neither piece is for sale.
Click on the pictures below for more views, before and after the watch face was attached.
* Fine Art America Gallery Quality Canvas Prints, Acrylic Prints, Prints on Metal, Poster Prints and Greeting Cards.
This charcoal pencil drawing of Spock from Star Trek TOS that I did last year is now available as a Canvas Print, Acrylic Print, Metal (Aluminum) Print, a regular Art Print ($17.00) and even as a Greeting Card ($4.75) from Fine Art America.
Available sizes go from 8” x 6” to 60” x 48”
Need a present for a Trekker? Something they won’t be able to take their eyes off? This is it! Please visit the link above to peruse the offerings.
P.S. The photo above is a low-res sample only, not suitable for enlarging.
‘Mirror, Mirror’ Hand Drawn, One of a Kind T-Shirt, Waterproof Ink on Cotton
Yes, I know that my favourite Star Trek Episode is called ‘Mirror, Mirror’… the reason I wrote the word 3 times was because I wasn’t sure how much of it, if any, was going to be visible from right under the arm.
I am going to a Star Trek event in exactly one week, so this is my attempt to create something suitable and interesting to wear. The image is hand drawn from the 35th Star Trek Anniversary sketch by the talented John Czop.
Waterproof India Ink on Cotton. One of a kind.Not for sale.
Star Trek ‘Khan’ Hand Painted T-Shirt, Waterproof Ink and Acrylic Paint on Cotton, One of a Kind, Not for Sale
And in the end, I changed my mind and wore the KHAAAAAAAAAN! t-shirt instead.
TX Lottery’s Star Trek Scratch Off Launch with William Shatner was a success; and if Dallas didn’t break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of Trek-costumed people in one room, they sure had fun trying. The Dallas Convention Center was overrun by Andorians, Klingons, Vulcans (I met Kai Opaka!) and Star Fleet personnel in general, it was wonderful to be among so many people who fully share my own Trek-induced insanities!