Fathead, the leading brand of officially licensed sports and entertainment wall graphics, releases The Star Trek Fathead Collection.
The initial collection will feature twelve wall graphics comprised of die-cut and mural images. The striking likenesses were adapted from the iconic science-fiction franchise created by Gene Roddenberry and will include initial images from Star Trek: The Original Series and Star Trek: The Next Generation.
The Star Trek Fathead Collection, licensed by CBS Consumer Products, will feature main characters and imagery from the various series, including rendered art of The Original Series’ Captain James T. Kirk and first officer/science officer Mr. Spock along with the U.S.S. Enterprise.
From the Star Trek: The Next Generation series, Fathead is producing Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Commander William T. Riker, android Lieutenant Commander Data, Klingon tactical officer Lieutenant Worf and U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701-D (the 24th century starship better known as Enterprise-D).
Rounding out the Fathead inaugural Star Trek launch are the official Insignias from Star Trek and Star Trek: The Next Generation. The insignias are also available in the space-friendly Fathead Junior size.
“We are excited to add Star Trek to our lineup of entertainment properties,” said Joanna Cline, chief marketing officer, Fathead.
The Star Trek Real.Big. Fathead Wall Graphics are high definition images made of durable, high-grade vinyl that is tear and fade resistant. Fatheads are designed with a special adhesive backing that enables them to be moved from wall to wall with no damage to the surface, which are the perfect solution to decorating rooms where nails, tack and tape are an inconvenience.
The Star Trek Fathead wall graphics collection is available exclusively at Fathead.com along with more than 500 licensed brands and thousands of graphic products. It was announced today, August 29.
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