- "You can't take the sky from me."
- Stunning art print for fans of Firefly!
- Celebrate Joss Whedon's sci-fi television show's 10th anniversary.
- Measures 40-inches tall x 27-inches wide!
This beautifully stark image of Firefly's
Serenity silhouetted against a golden moon with quotes from Captain Mal Reynolds is yours to savor. The Firefly 10th Anniversary Celebration Lithograph is the same size as a movie one-sheet, measuring 40-inches tall x 27-inches wide, and is printed on 100-pound satin-finish paper. Celebrate Firefly
's 10th anniversary with this stunning art print!
The Firefly 10th Anniversary Celebration Art Print features a striking image of Firefly-class spaceship Serenity, silhouetted black against a green background and large yellow moon with two Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds quotes: "You can't take the sky from me." and "But it ain't all buttons and charts, little albatross. You know what the first rule of flyin' is? Love. You can know all the math in the 'Verse, but take a boat in the air you don't love, she'll shake you off just as sure as the turning of worlds. Love keeps her in the air when she oughta fall down, tells ya she's hurt 'for she keens, makes her a home."
September 20, 2002. That was the day the American space-western TV series Firefly premiered on the Fox network, bringing to life the adventures of Captain Malcolm Reynolds and his renegade crew aboard the spaceship Serenity. Despite the TV series' short lifespan of just 14 episodes, the enthusiasm for this iconic franchise from Joss Whedon continues to grow, boasting more fans each day. A decade later, Firefly is a worldwide phenomenon, achieving almost legendary status among people who love and create sci-fi.
To celebrate Firefly's 10th anniversary, Quantum Mechanix is thrilled to present an homage from graphic designer Jeff Halsey. Halsey, a die-hard Firefly fan from Fresno, California, created this design after watching the TV series for the dozenth time. "[ Firefly] taps into the themes of freedom and creating a family that really resonate with me," says Jeff. "The show may have been short-lived, but the 'Verse will live on. I feel this poster is a reminder of that feeling and is a love letter to my favorite show."