Star Wars: Frames —a six volume hardcover set featuring Lucas’ hand-selected shots from the films along with a personally signed certificate is finally on the verge of shipping after being first announced way back in 2008. The price? A whopping $3000.
George Lucas personally selected each of the 1,416 shots in Star Wars: Frames, which will showcase these indelible cinematic moments in six hardcover, leather-bound volumes, each 11 inches by 22 inches and printed in exceptional large format preserving the widescreen aspect ratio and full resolution of the original film frames. Star Wars: Frames will be strictly limited to 1,138 copies (in tribute to Lucas’s first feature-length film, THX 1138) and will be encased in a wood-inlaid box (24″ long x 13″ high x 15″ wide) adorned by two embossed medallions (6.75″ round) — representing Jedi Master Yoda and Dark Lord of the Sith Darth Vader. The box will contain two chambers that correspond to the first and second Star Wars trilogies, which will house the six volumes. Each of these numbered limited editions will also contain a portfolio case with a bookplate signed by George Lucas.
More than 230 film frames correspond to each epic Star Wars film: The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Revenge of the Sith, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, and Return of the Jedi, totaling 1,416 images. Lucas selected each image from over a million possible frames.
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