Battle droids sipping wine by sunset? Darth Vader sipping tea in the countryside? And C-3PO daydreaming in a field of flowers? What is going on here? Ask artist Kyle Hagey who decided the Star Wars characters needed a little R&R.
Empire Peaks is a fun series created by Seattle based artist Michael Leavitt, depicting all your favourite celebrities, politicians and dead historical figures as, what else, Star Wars characters.
You never expected that in a galaxy far, far away even Yoga existed, did you? Phoenix, USA-based illustrator and major Star Wars geek, Rob Osborne, has created a set of prints that features our favourite (No, Jar Jar Binks is definitely NOT included) characters doing Yoga poses.
Ok, you’ve heard of Dark Vader, Chewie, C3P0, Luke, Leia, Yoda, and Boba Fett. You’ve seen the fan art. You know their heroic deeds, mishaps, and heartbreaks. Those characters are the famous ones. But come on guys, there’s two sides to every story! What about all those other characters not important enough to have cool […]
Well, we’ve all been hammered by the recession. Even those from other galaxies. Yes, Marcos Munichin has continued his awesome Secret Life of Toys series with this latest installment: If Star Wars characters were out of work. Yoda, if you’re out there, contact us: we have a position going for you right now.
Perhaps George Lucas got it wrong when he dressed his Star Wars figures in menacingly futuristic outfits from another world. Based on these drawings depicting characters in stylish outfits, he could easily have stuck much closer to home.
Inspired this headquarters that redecorated its walls with superheroes, UK-based office supply store ‘Viking’ did the same thing with theirs. But rather than capes and leotards, theirs involved lightsabers and droids.
To show that even centuries-old art genres can still keep up with the times, the ‘Rhythm Force’ project in Japan has come up with a collection of woodblock prints and paintings that depict scenes from a galaxy far, far away.
With ‘Episode VII: The Force Awakens’ about to hit theatres in a few months, New Era has released a collection of limited edition collection that features some of the franchise’s most beloved characters as caps.
Star Wars first made its way into the USSR in 1990, and due to censorship laws that still remained in the waning days of the Soviet Empire, original movie posters needed to be made by local artists for advertising.
Japanese design studio J.A.P., created this collection of prototype Star Wars rings back in the late 90’s to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the beloved (and by ‘beloved’, I mean Hans Christian Andersen not included) franchise.
Even though you might not be a fan of the Star War movies, or going to international conventions, meet-ups and stuff, you still might enjoy the characters, gimmicks and famous quotes brought into our lives. To guarantee you some more fun with Darth, Jabba and friends, you should take a look at the Star Wars […]
These acrylic paintings of Star Wars characters rocking modern cult labels warrant more than a second glance. Illustrated by John Woo from Hong Kong (not the famous one), we can almost see Darth Vader do a hipster dance in his Band of Outsiders get up, while Padme Amidala looks entirely in character with her Gareth Pugh outfit.