Paramount Pictures has released three new photos of models created from the new ILM digital design of the Enterprise for J.J. Abrams’ upcoming “Star Trek” reboot. Each model was created by a respected artist and show off the new iconic ship in a different design.
First up is a standard model ship, created by FX Company/Quantum Mechanix model. According to SciFi Wire, this model of the classic ship is 34 inches long and features lights, decals and “aztec” painting patterns designed to mirror the actual ship seen in the film.
Next is a model by Duncan Lemon, a respected Santa Monica, Calif., street artist who is inspired by chameleons and subway graffiti.
Finally, when you absolutely have to have to the Romulan Neutral Zone overnight, you can use the UPS version of the classic starship. This version was created by Mr. Brainwash, or MBW, the pseudonym of a well-known eccentric Los Angeles-based pop street artist.