Archive for January, 2011


TNG Posters 1/25

Must have been one hell of a party. (Star Trek Generations)

Ouch! (Star Trek First Contact)

Giggity! (Samaritan Snare, Season 2)

I would never want to get on her bad side. (Lessons, Season 6)

Week of Feb. 14th my post will come out a day early. I’m working on an Imzadi themed Valentine’s Day post.  I got some good ones lined up 🙂

All posters were created on an iphone/ipod touch app called Success It’s (only .99, there is also a lite version that is free). It can be found in the iTunes app store. If you would like to use any of these, I don’t mind as long as you credit me for making them. You can follow me on Twitter.

TNG Posters 1/18

It’s the only logical explaination for that disaster of a pairing. (All Good Things…, Season 7)

Don’t drop the soap! (The Ensigns of Command, Season 3)

Pass the barf bag. (Star Trek First Contact)

You, Picard! (Ménage á TroiSeason 3)

All posters were created on an iphone/ipod touch app called Success It’s (only .99, there is also a lite version that is free). It can be found in the iTunes app store. If you would like to use any of these, I don’t mind as long as you credit me for making them. You can follow me on Twitter.

TNG Posters 1/11

It is shiny enough to be confused for a magic lamp. (Sarek, Season 3)

They must design all her outfits. (Data’s Day, Season 4)

Which is what Riker would’ve (and should’ve) said, had Picard not been kidnapped. I think Picard must of had moment of senility during that scene. Why else would he say something so stupid? (Star Trek Nemesis)

He pulls off the tights quite nicely. (Manhunt, Season 2)

All posters were created on an iphone/ipod touch app called Success It’s (only .99, there is also a lite version that is free). It can be found in the iTunes app store. If you would like to use any of these, I don’t mind as long as you credit me for making them. You can follow me on Twitter.

TNG Posters 1/4

They wanted some alone time to fool around. (Pen Pals, Season 2)

At least he’s not asking where babies come from (Data’s Day, Season 4)

If your name isn’t in the opening credits, you’re fucked. (Star Trek First Contact)

It was Worf! (Star Trek Nemesis)

All posters were created on an iphone/ipod touch app called Success It’s (only .99, there is also a lite version that is free). It can be found in the iTunes app store. If you would like to use any of these, I don’t mind as long as you credit me for making them. You can follow me on Twitter.