Rumored concept art for CBS’ upcoming Star Trek series has leaked online with the codename “Green Harvest”.
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Is Star Trek 2017 going by the codename “Green Harvest”?
According to TrekCore Mark Worthington will be the production designer for CBS’ new 2017 Star Trek series. Worthington is well known for his work on American Horror Story, Ugly Betty, and Lost. While CBS hasn’t confirmed that Worthington has the job it is listed on his resume.
The Worthington rumors led some investigating Trekkies to his portfolio website. On the site images that appear to be design concepts for the new Star Trek series were found under the heading “Green Harvest”.
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“Blue Harvest” was the code name famously used by George Lucas for Return of the Jedi to keep the press off the trail of the production. Obviously the “Green Harvest” moniker is a tip of the hat to Jedi.
We won’t be posting the leaked images here, because we’re not going to post artwork we don’t own and they have been removed from Worthington’s site. We will however say that they look unlike anything we’ve ever seen in Star Trek.
The images seemed to be of Klingon vessels, possibly a ship for Klingon dead, titled “Klingon Sarcophagus Ship”. The ships had an almost gothic feel, which would be interesting if they were some sort of grave ships.
This all may not mean anything of course since often times design ideas are scratched, but it’s certainly intriguing. If you want to see the images of yourself they are still up several places online.