Art: Return of the JAKe….

Published On July 21, 2013 | By Richard Bruton | Animation, Film & TV

Oh my word, 30 years ago. How old do we feel, those of us who saw this as mere children at the cinema. Or at least I do.

The whole 30th anniversary thing is being celebrated (what else?) at the 2013 Star Wars Celebration in Germany next week (26th – 28th July). Well, here’s a

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That’s the final print in JAKe‘s art print set: “1983: The Circle Is Now Complete“. A2, 33 euros, and a perfect way to complete the set, JAKe having previously created prints for Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back. Course, preorders finished last week, and unless you’re at Star Wars Celebration in Essen at the weekend, you’ll have to wait till after the event and see if there’s some left over. There is a reserves list – get in touch through email at his website, or via Twitter. Here’ what JAKe had to say…

I’ll be signing, sketching and doing comissions for anyone who wants one in Essen. I’ll also have some original Star Wars art for sale, and on Friday I’m doing a kid’s workshop ( or babysitting for tired, hungover dads if it’s anything like the one I did in Orlando! ) called “How To Draw Wookie.” at 16:00 on the Friday, in Halle 5. I’ll be, err, drawing wookiees and other denizens of the SW universe, giving away some artwork and signing copies of ‘Sprich wie ein Wookiee’, the German version of my book ‘How To Speak Wookiee’ ( Lucasfilm/ Chronicle Books ).

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If you like that, you may well fancy a little bit more JAKe, perhaps JAKe illustrating the lives and loves of four notorious hellraisers? Burton, Reed, Harris, and O’Toole all feature in SelfMadeHero’s Hellraisers, written by Robert Sellers.

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Richard Bruton
- Started in comics retail aged 16 at Nostalgia & Comics, Birmingham. Now located in Yorkshire, he's written for the Forbidden Planet International Blog since 2007. Specialising in UK Comics and All-Ages comics, Richard's day job in a primary school allowed him to build the best children's graphic novel library in the country.

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