Feast your eyes on Regal Robot‘s latest addition to the Star Wars Mos Eisley wall decor collection.
Our friends at Regal Robot are back to brighten our week with a new reveal. After tantalizing us with their incredible Millennium Falcon Holochess set; the team is taking us back to Tatooine. After launching their impressive line of Docking Bay wall plaques, the team has added two new additions to the collection. And these are sensational!
The Cantina Sign Wood Art Plaque
The Cantina Sign Wood Art Plaque is inspired by the signage over the door of the famed Mos Eisley Cantina glimpsed in Star Wars: A New Hope™ and then featured in the hit Lucasfilm show, The Mandalorian™. In fact, Regal Robot founder Tom Spina helped bring that logo back to life for The Mandalorian! Beautifully printed graphics capture the look of a beveled Tatooine™ stucco opening and perspex signage. Layers of weathering give it that classic Star Wars lived-in look.
The Docking Bay 94 Wood Art Plaque
The Docking Bay 94 Wood Art Plaque is inspired by the carved stone marker outside the Mos Eisley™ docking bay where the Millennium Falcon™ was docked. Like the other wood art plaques in this line, this piece features 2D printed art, in this case recreating stucco textures and drips, however, this one goes a step beyond and includes actual 3D milling to create a deep engraved stylized “94” symbol!
Once again, Tom and the team at Regal Robot have outdone themselves with these awesome pieces of memorabilia. The Docking Bay 94 Plaque is a sensational addition to the decor collection. And the Cantina Sign version looks equally amazing. And what better way to enjoy the next chapter of the saga than surrounded by the coolest decor in the galaxy?!
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