Two teens recently performed the Star Wars theme for composer John Williams, not in a theatre, but in his own front yard!
Instead of blowing up planets (and, incompetently, itself), wouldn’t it be better if the Death Star spruced up your home?
Since the first film was released in 1977, Star Wars has made a massive cultural impact – and rightly so.
Star Wars and lighting fixtures aren’t usually synonymous, but artist Eyal Rosenthal has created a series of minimalist lamps inspired by the light and dark side of the Force.
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Israeli artist Eyal Rosenthal has designed lamps that resemble iconic helmets from Star Wars, giving new meaning to the idea of the light and dark side of the Force.
Berlin-based illustrator Lap Pun Cheung has created a short series that imagines Star Wars through the eyes of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli.
Vancouver-based 3D cake designer Kylie Mangles has cooked up a treat that imagines Homer Simpson enjoying his iconic pink donuts in a galaxy far, far away.
Nothing says ‘true love’ like a bouquet of droids, bounty hunters, teddy bear aliens, and evil space samurai hellbent on destroying the entire galaxy.