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Street artist CantStopGoodBoy to launch Star Trek capsule collection with ViacomCBS

The contemporary street artist, CantStopGoodBoy has struck a deal with ViacomCBS Consumer Products to launch a capsule collection based on the many critically acclaimed Star Trek series.

The new capsule collection will span hoodies, crews, jackets, flannels, t-shirts, hats and sneakers, as well as original artwork and fine prints in the artist’s unique yet recognisable style.

The collection, along with Star Trek costumes, props and iconic artefacts, will be available at a two-day pop-up event, running from March 14th to 15th this year at Gabba Gallery in Los Angeles, close to the home of CantStopGoodBoy, the alias of the Southern Californian artist, Nick Simon.

The artist is known for his eye catching multi-layered colourful backgrounds and tonal imagery. Star Trek comic books and pattern “shards” will be incorporated in the backgrounds for three original art pieces – Spock from The Original Seriesthe U.S.S. Discovery and the women of Star Trek.

These one-of-a-kind pieces created exclusively for the event will be 36”x36” Acrylic and Mixed Media on Canvas, signed and dated by CantStopGoodBoy. The designs will also be available as fine art prints on 22” x 30” Cotton Archival Paper with Deckled Edges.

Limited to only 25 pieces per design, each one is signed, dated and stamped by CantStopGoodBoy and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

To date, CantStopGoodBoy has collaborated with companies such as Sony, Warner Bros., Serj Tankian (System of a Down), Atlantic Records, Coachella Music Festival, Absolut Vodka, TOMS Shoes, Sol Republic, the Audience, eOne Entertainment, Show Canada, and American Idol.

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