’s Feature on James Bama, noted Star Trek Artist

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James Bama was the topic of a recent article on

If you’re old enough to remember the 1966 premiere of Star Trek: The Original Series – and even if you’re not — you’re undoubtedly familiar with one of the very first teaser images released for it. The image we’re talking about – a montage showing Captain Kirk, Mr. Spock, assorted crew, and the Enterprise blasting its rockets around a strange planet — appeared in promotional material that NBC used to advertise the show. Initially, the montage looks like a collection of photographs but, amazingly, it’s actually a lifelike painting. The artwork, by professional illustrator and photographer James Bama, has become iconic in Star Trek, and in this article, we take a closer look at it as well as the man who painted it.

Check out James Bama’s art on his author page!


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