The Target Galaxy’s Edge Collection Star Wars Posters are a unique way to display your Star Wars fandom. The Target Galaxy’s Edge Collection features items that are exclusive to Target stores. On a recent Target run, we spotted four new Star Wars posters that are part of that collection. Three of the posters showcase famous planets from the original trilogy and the fourth is a map of Black Spire Outpost. The posters are 22.375” by 34” and cost $5.99 each.
Black Spire Outpost Map
The Black Spire Outpost map features all the sights of Galaxy’s Edge such as Oga’s Cantina, Dok-Ondar’s Den of Antiquities, and Ronto Roasters. The map also shows places in Black Spire Outpost that are not featured in Galaxy’s Edge like the Surabat River Valley and Docking Bay 9. The poster is designed in a way that makes it look like it was hand-drawn giving it a more authentic feel.
The Hoth poster is one of our favorites. It features a Tauntaun in the icy, snowy climate of Hoth. The light and dark blue coloring give the Hoth background a very cold feeling. I especially liked the added feature of the falling snow. The print resembles a postcard and features writing that says “The weather is fine” and “wish you were here.” The poster has an artwork feel to it which makes it unique.
The Tatooine poster features the hot desert planet that is home to Anakin and Luke Skywalker. The orange hues give the poster a desert-like feel that really seems to reflect the harsh hot weather conditions of the planet. The artwork is styled like a postcard with the words “Greetings from sunny Tatooine.”
The Endor poster features the forest moon which is home to the fierce but very cute Ewoks. The poster highlights the color green which helps showcase the moon that is mostly covered with thick forests. I love the Ewok silhouette and the different shades of green and yellow. This poster is also designed after a postcard with the words “Greetings from Endor gateway to Adventure.”
Target Galaxy’s Edge Collection Star Wars Posters have a unique feel to them. We have seen artwork designed like postcards before at the Disney Festival of the Arts at EPCOT. Those pieces of art were much more expensive at $50 each. These new poster prints have newer, fresher designs. I liked the color choices and how they showcase the planet the poster was designed for. The posters are more than posters they have more of a grown-up feel to them. We are going to frame ours in nice frames and display them as artwork in our dining room.
If you are looking for a more sophisticated way to show off your Star Wars fandom take a look at the Target Galaxy’s Edge Collection Star Wars Posters. These posters will give you that look and are friendly to your wallet.