‘The Bad Batch’ Artwork Revealed for Celebration Anaheim Art Show

Star Wars Celebration 2022 Art Show

Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 kicks off on May 26 and StarWars.com recently revealed the artworks that were selected for this year’s Art Show. The Art Show has been a Celebration staple for years and showcases work from some of the most talented artists the community has to offer. What’s more, Celebration attendees can purchase and pre-order Art Show prints for pick-up at the convention.

From emotional tributes to the stars of the Original Trilogy to pieces celebrating the franchise’s animated offerings, this year’s Art Show has a little something for everyone, including two prints that would be great additions to any Bad Batch fan’s collection.

“One Heart Divided” by Ksenia Zelentsova

It cannot be overstated how wonderful it is to see some Bad Batch artwork selected for this year’s Celebration Art Show, especially one that features all six members of the Batch, past and present. The visually stunning piece “One Heart Divided” by Ksenia Zelentsova is the perfect homage to the series’ first season and depicts Omega in the centre of the group with a recently-destroyed Tipoca City behind her.

Here is what Zelentsova had to say about her Bad Batch artwork: “Star Wars animation is what made me truly fall in love with the galaxy far far away, and the story of clone troopers, their place in the events of the saga as well as each of their personal stories are what resonated with me the most, very much like The Bad Batch tackles very personal conflicts against the backdrop of this major shift in the Galaxy. When creating this piece I wanted to focus on the strong emotional bonds that make each of these individual characters a part of one whole. All members of the squad have their own history, and Omega is placed in the heart of things to represent their combined future.”

Ksenia Zelentsova's Bad Batch artwork, titled "One Heart Divided".

This 18″ by 24″ lithograph print is limited to 250 pieces and each print will be signed and numbered. Prints cost $65 each and there will be a limit of two prints per customer. You can pre-order your print online via DarkInk.Com between May 2 and noon PT on May 16.

Please keep in mind that this print will not be shipped and must be collected from the artist’s table at the Art Show, either in person or by assigning someone to collect it on your behalf. Visit the Dark Ink site for further information.

“A Grand Army” by Joe Hogan

And if you’d like even more clone art for your collection, Joe Hogan has got you covered. His Celebration Anaheim 2022 exclusive print “A Grand Army” features many of our favourite clones (Omega included!) and is illustrated in a style reminiscent of both the 3D animated series The Clone Wars and The Bad Batch and the Genndy Tartakovsky Clone Wars micro-series of the early 2000s.

Here’s what Hogan had to say about his design: “‘I will create a grand army of the Republic to counter the increasing threats of the Separatists!’ These words by Supreme Chancellor Palpatine changed the galaxy forever, bringing forward a legion of heroes to Clone Wars fans. Represented in this piece are 66 clones of Jango Fett. And not all of the heroes wear helmets!”

This 18″ by 24″ lithograph print is limited to 250 pieces and each print will be signed and numbered. Prints cost $50 each and there will be a limit of two prints per customer. You can pre-order your print online via DarkInk.Com between May 2 and noon PT on May 16.

Please keep in mind that this print will not be shipped and must be collected from the artist’s table at the Art Show, either in person or by assigning someone to collect it on your behalf. Visit the Dark Ink site for further information.


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