Official Pix Loses Its Star Wars License

July 8, 2015 – Official Pix announced today that it has lost its exclusive license to sell its high-quality Star Wars photos and Star Wars autographed photos. The announcement was made via its Facebook page and on Official Pix’s website.
Official Pix Announcement

Since 2001, Official Pix had been licensed by Lucasfilm, Ltd., to produce and sell high-quality photographs as well as autographed pictures of Star Wars actors, costumed characters and movie shots. Originally known as C2 Ventures (the name came from its association with Star Wars Celebration II), Official Pix was the go-to source online for official and hard-to-find photographs from all Star Wars movies and the animated series. Official Pix was also a major vendor at all Star Wars Celebrations conventions.

Official Pix’s website has deleted all references to its large inventory of unsigned photos. No unsigned inventory is available as all photos were printed for each customer’s order. The remaining inventory online is limited to autographed items until they are sold out.

There is no word on whether a substitute vendor, if any, will be filling the gap left by the departure of Official Pix.

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2 thoughts on “Official Pix Loses Its Star Wars License

    • Regrettably, no replacement vendor has been announced as of 3/31/16. Will attend Star Wars Celebration in London in July to see how Disney/Lucasfilm handles photo sales at the Celebrity Autograph Hall. Will post an update if anything materializes. It would be inconceivable for them to not offer high-quality licensed photographs at Celebration.

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