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— Spock

star trek silos

a 50th anniversary design celebration of the beloved characters from the trek verse.

 

If there is one fan base I've been a part of the longest and been so passionate about since adolescence, it would hands down be the "Star Trek" universe created by the legendary Gene Roddenberry. All of these shows (TOS, TNG, DS9, Voyager, and sure- Enterprise) and films have graced, taught and enlightened myself and so many of the years. Growing up, this universe shaped my views for the better through engaging themes, storylines and importantly, it's beautifully crafted characters. When thinking of a way to pay homage to "Star Trek" for the year of it's 50th Anniversary, I'm not going to lie, it felt terrifying. How will I find a way to capture this universe in a way that does it justice? After much thought and lots of terrible ideas, I decided to K.I.S.S (Keep It Simple Stupid) and focus on what meant so much to us Trekkies, the individuals. Star Trek Silos is an ongoing art project of 4x4 Prints that try to capture the essence of all the series' characters through use of bright colors and graphic silhouettes. Once all is said and done, all 50 pints will be compiled into book form. LLAP.

Star Trek Silos spans 50 years of the Trek TV and Film Universes as a love note to these awesome and iconic characters.

Star Trek Silos spans 50 years of the Trek TV and Film Universes as a love note to these awesome and iconic characters.

Meeting one of my childhood Trek heroes, Denise Crosby AKA Lieutenant Tasha Yar at the Star Trek: Mission New York Convention.

Meeting one of my childhood Trek heroes, Denise Crosby AKA Lieutenant Tasha Yar at the Star Trek: Mission New York Convention.