We still know almost nothing about the first live-action Star Wars movie in a decade, but now we may have gotten a glimpse at one of the movie's big special-effects sequences. A redesigned Lucasfilm website includes a photo of a production meeting, where you can glimpse some concept art.
Here's the picture that appeared on the Lucasfilm site, of a production meeting featuring J.J. Abrams, Kathleen Kennedy, production designer Rick Carter, SVP of technology Kim Libreri, SVP of Physical Production Jason McGatlin and Senior Visual Effects Supervisor John Knoll:
And behind them, you can glimpse a wall of concept art:
As Slashfilm says, the image at bottom left appears to be the Millennium Falcon flying to a planet. The image at bottom right looks like a desolate planet, maybe Geonosis or a deserted part of Tatooine. The upper image appears to have Alec Guinness' Obi-Wan Kenobi (at far right), but the rest is too blurry to make out.