Image: Nicky Barkla/Heritage Auctions
Anyone who was lucky enough to attend San Diego Comic-Con for Star Trek’s 50th anniversary remembers the debut of “Star Trek: 50 Artists. 50 Years.” The show, which ended up hitting 11 stops throughout the U.S., Europe and Middle East hasn’t been seen in a couple of years. Now, the individual works of art, by 50 international artists and Leonard Nimoy himself will be up for auction in the Heritage Auctions’ Entertainment & Movie Memorabilia Auction.
According to Nerdist, Nimoy’s piece, titled “Hand in Vulcan Gesture” was submitted to the show just months before he died in 2015.
No matter your preferred medium, on April 15, you get the chance to take your pick of paintings, sculptures and just about anything in between and make your bid. be warned, though. These pieces are going to go for a pretty penny.
“This is the first time a body of work like this has ever been offered at auction at one time,” said Giles Moon, Entertainment Consignment Director at Heritage Auctions. “The artworks are marvelous and truly capture how Star Trek’s television programs and films have influenced generations of artists around the world.”
Don’t worry if you can’t get your hands on one of these renowned pieces of art, though. They’re all featured in a book of the same name. You might not be able to put Nimoy’s photography on your living room wall, but the book will look great on your coffee table!