The New Year is approaching, and as a certain notorious six year old once said to his long-suffering stuffed tiger: “Where are the flying cars? Where are the moon colonies? Where are the personal robots and the zero gravity boots, huh? You call this the future?? Ha!” Well, Star Trek has given us those futuristic concepts, and on the whole, has been pretty timeless about it. However, there are plenty of anachronisms within it that give away the era in which any particular series or book originated. So, for this art challenge, how about we celebrate the anachronistic and imagine how TOS would look if it was made in the 1990s? Or a Victorian era TNG? Or a Jurassic DS9? Just pick a time period and create its future Star Trek style, whether in-universe or real world. Clockwork Borg? Wooden starships? Period costume uniforms? A 1950s replicator recipe book cover? Or maybe you just want to draw a stegosaurus in a Starfleet uniform? As long as it’s anachronistic, anything goes! Deadline is December 31st. I realise that you may not have much time depending on your holiday commitments, so sketches and doodles will be just as welcome as a finished piece of art.