• Defiant-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    (Combat ship designed specifically for the Borg. Seen on Star Trek: Deep Space 9 as the USS Defiant, USS Valiant, and the USS San Paulo after being rechristened the second USS Defiant. Only four of them were produced, the other one unnamed.) - General Wesc
  • Olympic Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets - General Wesc
  • Keldon-Class Battle Cruiser
    Cardassian Union - General Wesc
  • Galaxy-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Example ships: USS Galaxy, USS Enterprise-D - General Wesc
  • Constitution-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Example ships: USS Constitution, USS Enterprise, USS Enterprise-A (modified, sometimes called the 'Enterprise-Class) - General Wesc
  • Daedalus-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets - General Wesc
  • Galor-Class Battle Cruiser
    Cardassian Union - General Wesc
  • D'deridex-Class Warbird (Also called the B-type Warbird or the Warbird Class)
    Romulan Empire
    (Also pictured from the side toward the centre of the image.) - General Wesc
  • Borg Cube
    Borg Collective - General Wesc
  • Borg Tactical Cube
    Borg Collective - General Wesc
  • Retrofitted Constitution-Class Starship (Sometimes called the Enterprise-Class)
    United Federation of Planets
    This particular ship is the USS Enterprise-A. - General Wesc
  • Olympic Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    (Also pictured forth from top in the left column) - General Wesc
  • Freedom-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets

    Unusual in that it has a single warp nacelle. - General Wesc
  • Deep Space Nine / Terok Nor
    Cardassian Union (later administered by the United Federation of Planets in conjunction with the Bajoran provisional government)
    Sister station: Empok Nor

    Originally a mining station orbiting the occupied world of Bajor. - General Wesc
  • Intrepid-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Example ships: USS Intrepid, USS Voyager - General Wesc
  • Sovereign-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Notable ships: USS Enterprise-E - General Wesc
  • Intrepid-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Example ships: USS Intrepid, USS Voyager - General Wesc
  • Sovereign-Class Starship United Federation of Planets
    This particular ship is the USS Enterprise-E. - General Wesc
  • D'Kora-class Marauder
    Ferengi Alliance - General Wesc
  • Vor'cha-Class Attack Cruiser
    Klingon Empire - General Wesc
  • Akira-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    It only had a minor appearance, and later the NX-01 (Enterprise) was based off its design because people loved it. But the NX-01 was hundreds of years older, producing outrage from Trekkies. - General Wesc
  • NX-Class Starship
    United Earth Starfleet
    This particular ship is the NX-01 (Enterprise) from the series Enterprise (later Star Trek: Enteprise) - General Wesc
  • D'deridex-Class Warbird (Also called the B-type Warbird or the Warbird Class)
    Romulan Empire
    (Also pictured at the top of the image.) - General Wesc
  • Akira-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    (This particular ship has the registry number NCC-83548, which is the USS Atlantis--a fan-fiction creation as best I can ascertain.) - General Wesc
  • Prometheus-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Classified, experimental ship capable of splitting into three warp-capable sections for multi-vector assault.

    Example ships: USS Prometheus, but not the USS Prometheus from TOS. This one is from VOY and ENT. - General Wesc
  • Norway-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets - General Wesc
  • Sydney-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    (Large personnel transport ship) - General Wesc
  • Borg Sphere
    Borg Collective - General Wesc
  • Galaxy-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    Example ships: USS Galaxy, USS Enterprise-D - General Wesc
  • Defiant-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets
    A
    (Combat ship designed specifically for the Borg.)
    Also pictured in the upper-left. - General Wesc
  • Danube-Class Runabout (Also called the Runabout-Class)
    Very prominent on Deep Space Nine, where numerous Runabouts, all named after Earth rivers, were stationed. - General Wesc
  • Daedalus-Class Starship
    United Federation of Planets - General Wesc
  • Klingon Vor'cha Class Attack Cruiser - DarthLen
  • Klingon Negh'Var-class warship - DarthLen
  • Klingon D-6 Cruiser - DarthLen
  • Borg Scout Ship - DarthLen
  • Klingon K'Vort class Bird of Prey - DarthLen
  • USS Equinox (NCC-72381)Nova-class Federation starship - Trapped in the Delta Quadrant. - DarthLen
  • Nebula Class - ChristinaGXL
  • Excelsior 2 - ChristinaGXL
  • Centaur Class - ChristinaGXL
  • Curry Class - ChristinaGXL
  • Yeager class, a mix of maquis raider and intrepid class - ChristinaGXL
  • oberth class - ChristinaGXL
  • DY-100 sleeper ship - ChristinaGXL
  • Akira class - ChristinaGXL
  • Soyuz Class - ChristinaGXL
  • Isnt it D-7? - ChristinaGXL
  • excelsior class - ChristinaGXL
  • ambassador class - ChristinaGXL
  • Enterprise NCC-1701-D All good things veriation - ChristinaGXL
  • nova class - ChristinaGXL
  • defiant class - ChristinaGXL
  • Constitution class and refit - ChristinaGXL
  • oberth class - ChristinaGXL
  • Excelsior 2 - ChristinaGXL
  • Excelsior - ChristinaGXL
  • Constellation class - ChristinaGXL
  • freedom class - ChristinaGXL
  • Nova class - ChristinaGXL
  • Federation Nebula Class - DarthLen
  • Zepheram Cochrane's 'Pheonix' Earth's first warp capable ship. - DarthLen
  • Cardassian Galor Class Warship - DarthLen
  • Romulan Warbird - DarthLen
  • Romulan Valdore type Warbird-
    designation unknown - DarthLen
  • Federation Steamrunner class. - DarthLen
  • Federation Ambassador-class starship. - DarthLen
  • Romulan scout ship - DarthLen
  • Jem'Hadar attack ship - part of the Gamma quadrant Dominion - DarthLen
  • Excelsior class - ChristinaGXL

Star Trek Ships and Stuff

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Please do not blog this work. Thank you very much. And for God's sake! PLEASE ALSO VIEW THE NEWER VERSION with the ships from the 2009 film. It's worth it, really. It's a better composition. Take a look.

But first, you know you want to see the REALLY BIG VERSION of this one.

So, anyway, my friend Robb mentioned that he'd like to have a poster of all the Star Trek space ships. I did some searching and found nothing even approaching what I imagined, so I thought I'd make him one. It has 135 layers in Photoshop. I'm an idiot. The original is 4'x2'.

And yes, I know, some ships show up more than once. Deal with it. Everything was done on purpose. Of course, I don't know what half the ships are, so if you'd lke to add a note identifying the various races, please feel free to do so.

And just so the Star Trek corp. doesn't kill me, I should let you know that this poster is not for sale, and I am not profiting financially in any way from the creation of this piece. I have printed it only for a friend, and don't even have my own copy.

Canon Fodder, happy snapping, and 39 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. Jibby! 79 months ago | reply

    I'm happy you like it, but I could never sell this, because the ships are the work of other artists that I found online. I merely composited them into a poster for a friend. If Paramount were to supply me with officially sanctioned images I'd be more than happy to create a new version.

    Most likely Paramount would just steal my design and have their art department do their own version.

  2. blkdocR [deleted] 78 months ago | reply

    Great work thanks

  3. Titta Angeli Lopes Hetherington 78 months ago | reply

    Well, lets say that the company may be does not need to steal.
    I wanted just make you a compliment.

  4. Jibby! 78 months ago | reply

    And I took it as a compliment! I'm sorry if I sounded ungrateful or grouchy. It's a great idea. You didn't know I hadn't created the images.

  5. 12by0 72 months ago | reply

    this is awesome.

  6. DarthLen 72 months ago | reply

    Fantastic work!

  7. ChristinaGXL 72 months ago | reply

    Wow! amazing work! now imagine one if they were in scale??

  8. 'Tis Me Indeed 68 months ago | reply

    Man, this is über-awesome! I can see why it hit the front page of results for Google's Images search engine. A few of my photos have hit the front page of results for regular links, but they are ultra-local kinds of things that there are no competing photos for. This blows me away - Star Trek has international appeal, no wonder you've nearly hit 50K views!

  9. Jibby! 68 months ago | reply

    Yeah, but it ain't even a photo! My second most-viewed pic is the stupid one where I insert an old photo of myself into a photo with Monica Bellucci. So, it's a photo, but not even really my photo. Just one I've photoshopped. But a lot of people out there apparently want to Google Monica.

  10. Lonnie's Life 67 months ago | reply

    Hey that's cool. Where'd ya buy the poster at?

  11. Jibby! 67 months ago | reply

    Apparently you didn't read my description? I made this poster.

  12. mukashifriends 65 months ago | reply

    Great work... hope the jokers are paramount wake up to this idea, and award you

  13. Kumar nav 64 months ago | reply

    Very impressive!! I am not a big fan either, but commendable work here.

  14. mlhradio 49 months ago | reply

    Congratulations on receiving more than 25,000 views, that's quite impressive! You might want to consider graduating this photograph from the 'Views: 10000' group to the 'Views: 25,000' group, which can be found here: www.flickr.com/groups/views25000/

    Once again, congratulations and hopefully your photos will receive many more views in the future!

  15. dsw500 43 months ago | reply

    where is the suurok class? and the dkyr cruiser?

  16. Jibby! 43 months ago | reply

    I never said it included every ship. Send them to me and I'll include them...

  17. captcreate 37 months ago | reply

    Wow, so want this as a poster.

  18. D G C PHOTOGRAPHY.CA 30 months ago | reply

    This is unreal! And incredibly assembled. And the views. I've never come across views this high on the flickr. I've got an edited home video on YouTube that I recently became aware has over 242,000 views. My hook was Thomas the Train. Four and five year olds are pretty adept at surfing the web I guess.

  19. Jibby! 30 months ago | reply

    Google used to pick up my tags and if you googled "Star Trek Ships" my image would be number four or five in the top row. Now they've changed the way they search, and meta tags are not what they used to be. I've gone from an average of about 100 views a day to ten or twenty. Very disappointing.

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