New Darth Sidious: Unlimited Power Fine Art Print available for pre-order!
This art print costs $95 and is expected to ship between Feb 2020 and Mar 2020.
According to the details:
“Now you will experience the full power of the dark side!”
Sideshow presents the Darth Sidious™: Unlimited Power Fine Art Print by artist Fabian Schlaga
As a collection, Sideshow’s Mythos series are fine art collectibles that allow the collector to imagine what could have been, but maybe never was. Myths meant to be initiated by the eye and completed by the mind.
The Darth Sidious™: Unlimited Power Fine Art Print paints a new portrait of the most dangerous dark side user in the Star Wars galaxy.
This electrifying illustration of Darth Sidious captures the dastardly Sith Lord in an unrivaled fit of anger, channeling Force lightning through his body.
The boiling lava of the volcanic planet Mustafar mirrors his rage, as molten bursts of red rock clash with the searing blue bolts of energy springing from his fingertips.
Crackling with rage turned into power, Darth Sidious is prepared to strike down any Jedi or dissenter that stands in the way of his Galactic Empire.
Each Darth Sidious™: Unlimited Power Fine Art Print features an authorized, automated artist signature as well as an embossed Seal of Authenticity as a part of the limited edition of 400 pieces.
Don’t miss your chance to bring home this Mythos moment to your galaxy of Star Wars collectibles.
Unleash the full fury of the Force in your collection and bring home the Darth Sidious™: Unlimited Power Fine Art Print by Fabian Schlaga today.
- Officially licensed Star Wars Mythos Art Print
- Limited edition of 400
- 18 x 24” fine art giclée print, approx 22 x 28.50” with frame
- 100% cotton, acid-free, matte Museo Rag 300GSM
- Epson archival inks
- An authorized, automated penciled signature
- Embossed seal of authenticityAbout the Artist:Fabian Schlaga was born in 1987 and, thanks to his father’s job, has spent most of his life moving from one country to another. His parents always considered themselves culturally educated people and as such there was no room for these so-called “superheroes” or whatever. So naturally, that’s exactly what got Fabian’s attention. Nowadays, whenever he’s not drawing atrocious monsters and/or busty ladies, he spends his time daydreaming about what he’d do if he were Akira.
Here are some photos of this cool art print: