May the 4th Patent Prints
May the 4th Patent Prints
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Take a trip to a galaxy far, far away with these Star Wars-inspired prints. Whether you embrace the Jedi, the Sith, the Rebel Alliance, or the Empire, we are bringing you some choice prints to help celebrate the intergalactic film series we all know and love Read More
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The Force is Strong With This One

Take a trip to a galaxy far, far away with these Star Wars-inspired prints. Whether you embrace the Jedi, the Sith, the Rebel Alliance, or the Empire, we are bringing you some choice prints to help celebrate the intergalactic film series we all know and love. May the 4th be with you!

Note: At check-out, you have your choice of patent between the following prints in Chalkboard, Blue Grid, or White Grid.  You will also have the option to purchase matted frames in Midnight Black and Distressed Brown in 18 x 24" (+$29) patent fit size and non-matted frames in Midnight Black or Distressed Brown in the ~18 x 24" (+$24) size. Frames are limited to US addresses only and international orders with frames will be cancelled.

Star Wars Patent Print Choices
Frame Style and Matte Options
Quality Printing & Production Process

Every poster is hand printed with non-toxic, acrylic ink on 100# matte paper. Not only do you get a quality canvas that holds up beautifully, but the printing process makes the ink raised to the touch and achieves vivid colors that cannot be found in other forms of printing, giving you a finely produced poster that truly stands out. Below are some photographs of the screen printing production process for these prints. 

  • Silk screen printed on 100# matte paper
  • Designs from US Patent Office
  • 18x24"
  • 2.67 oz (75.69 g)

18x24 in Frame Specifications - Non-Matted

  • Frame weight: 6.55 lbs
  • Dimensions: 21 1/2 x 27 1/2 in
  • Opening: ~18x24 in
  • Rail width: 2 in
  • Frame Thickness: 1 in

18x24 in Frame Specifications - Matted

  • Frame weight: 8.35 lbs
  • Matte opening: ~18x24 in
  • Dimensions: 31 1/4 x 25 in
  • Matte width: 2 in
  • Rail width: 2 in
  • Frame thickness: 1 in

Note: Frames are not available for International Orders and will be cancelled.


All orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is May 29, 2017 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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Thanks I am well aware. The point of my comment was that the drop showed up on "May the 4th" which, if I am to have SW posters on my wall, is the one day of the year that I definitely want them. Yes I want SW posters on my walls every living day. May the 4th I will put up more walls so I can have more SW posters. My point is if you are going to have a drop or special for something, you ought to make sure that your buyers get it for its special day. I would have wanted my SW poster to be home for the 4th of may...I don't want to buy them on the 4th. I want my Halloween decorations to be outside my house on October 31st....not buy them on the day and put them out a few weeks later. I understand what you say by they are not holiday decorations, but if SW and the 4th of may mean anything to you, you should understand that wanting to display your SW love on that day is as important as any holiday. The other point I'm trying to make is people are only interested in your money. Making a big sale for something on the special day of the thing where your customers won't get their possession before much later is like saying "Here you love this thing so here's a big special for you *wink* *wink*...Give me all your money *wink* *wink*. Now your without money, my pockets are full, and I don't care about you and your holiday." Make that drop 6 weeks earlier.....everyone gets their stuff for the 4th to display it and that would have been a really nice gesture. This is like companies that have specials on pools now at the beginning of the season with a freaking full schedule until the end of september, so you buy your pool now, get it installed too late in the season to use it so you'll swim only next year.......same thing....make the drop on the 4th....get the stuff much later.....only good for next year's 4th. Yes you would display it before, but other non SW people don't care about it and won't notice it.