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Retro Star Trek Liquor Posters for Your Ready Room

Retro Star Trek Liquor Posters on Etsy

Los Angeles artist Brian of Dangerous Days has posted a series of retro Star Trek inspired liquor ads on Etsy.

The 11″ x 17″ glossy mini posters are a preview of the images featured in a book by the artist. Featuring Saurian Brandy, Klingon Bloodwine, Aldebaron Whiskey, and of course Romulan Ale, the prints are available for $12.00 (US) each.

Artist description:

I’ve been working on an Illustrated guide/book based on the many beverages and food items featured through out the Star Trek universe. These are just a few of the images from the book that are available for print at the moment.

This listing is to purchase one print only. If you would like to purchase more than one please contact me and I will set up a reserved listing for you! When you do make a purchase, make sure to leave me a note telling me which print you want!

Star Trek Liquor Posters from Dangerous Days

To purchase the mini posters, visit Etsy.

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