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“The Princess and the Frog”: Samurai-Style Jabba the Hutt Print by Steve Bialik

September 27, 2010

I got my print of Steve Bialik’s Samurai-style Jabba and Leia drawing a few days ago. He’s now selling them here as part of the “Ninja Star: Wars” series of Japanese-style Star Wars art. There’s even a coupon here for 33% off, making them pretty darned cheap.

It’s pretty large at 11″ x 27″. It came rolled and I don’t have a frame for it yet, so I had to prop it open flat to take a picture. It’s on nice thick paper and the colors are bright. The whole line would look very impressive all framed up, although they would take a lot of space.

These drawings are skewed more toward the “Japanese” side rather than the “Star Wars” side, so it’s entirely possible that you could show this to somebody and they wouldn’t make the connection to Jabba, but as a Japanese translator and Jabba enthusiast, it seems like a perfect match.

It’s #14 out of an edition of #450.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 29, 2010 9:56 am

    This is nice as it’s a very unusual take on Jabba, but he just looks like a big frog.

  2. icruise permalink
    September 29, 2010 4:01 pm

    Well, yeah. But I’ve always liked frogs so that’s not a negative for me.

  3. October 3, 2010 6:20 am

    Sorry icruise, i didn’t mean for my last comment to appear rude.

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