Star Trek: Discovery, Season 2 Production Design of New Sets and Ships at Fan Expo Canada 2019

Continuing to explore the familiar worlds of “Star Trek” while adding new vitality and detail, key members of the “Star Trek: Discovery” production design team — Tim Peel (MGFX Designer), Matt Middleton (Art Director & moderator), Joshu de Cartier (Supervising Art Director), Matt Morgan (Art Director), Andy Tsang (Graphics Designer), Emilie Poulin (Set Designer), Daniel Voshart (VR Visualisation Specialist), Gersha Phillips (Costume Designer), Heather Constable (Costumes/Background Coordinator) and Daina Valiulis (Assistant Costume Designer) — discuss the design and staging of Season 2 and show detailed images of the sets and costumes including L’Rell and Voq’s Klingon world of Q’onoS, Burnham and Spock’s Vulcan, off-limits Talos and Saru’s Kaminar. Ships featured include the Discovery, the Section 31 ship and the venerable starship Enterprise.

“Star Trek: Discovery” is an American web television series created for CBS All Access by Bryan Fuller and Alex Kurtzman. Launched in 2017, it is the first scripted series developed specifically for that service. The seventh series in the Star Trek franchise, it is the first series in the franchise since “Star Trek: Enterprise” concluded in 2005. “Star Trek: Discovery” takes place in a time-frame roughly a decade before the events of the original “Star Trek” series and separate from the timeline of the concurrently produced feature films, Discovery follows the crew of the USS Discovery on various adventures.

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