Possibly the worst piece of television ever conceived, George Lucas does not want you to see this: ‘The Star Wars Holiday Special is a 1978 American television special set in the Star Wars galaxy. The special is notorious for its negative reception.’ Awesome.
The project of creative technologist, Casey Pugh, this full length version of the George Lucas masterpiece was created from multiple 15 second segments recreated from the original movie and submitted by thousands of Star Wars fans, which were then spliced together by editor Aaron Valdez to form the final product. Genius, as both a commentary […]
Artist Travis English made these amazing minimalist posters for all six Star Wars films. They’re good enough to make you want to watch the series through. Yes, this does mean sitting through The Phantom Menace again, but it almost seems worth it. Almost!
Okay, this might be a bit of a wildcard and too much of an in-joke for you non-Scottish speaking viewers with no access to subtitles. But it’s pure genius if you ask me. The weather is so bad in Scotland that it brings out the best in us. As well amazing You Tube dubbers. Like […]
The title of Best Mom Ever has officially been won. Julie made her babies these Star Trek and Star Wars felt activity books. With a couple of tribbles, er, quibbles, I have to say these are possibly the only books a toddler could ever need. Now I understand the hipster fetish for Mormon Mommy Blogs. Sign me up for adoption.
Its not everyday that you hear Hip-Hop songs about money, sex, drugs and Star Wars? I must admit The Skywalkas trio took me for a loop, when I first saw them at The Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans a while back. Their show was packed with energy and funny antics that reminded me of a […]
Noah Scalin, the guy behind the Skull A Day blog, has created Star Wars Remix, a blog on which he documents daily, impromptu Star Wars art made from the materials most readily at hand, such as a hamburger, thumbtacks, or twist ties.
The amount of fan tributes to Star Wars must eclipse that of any other nerd extravaganza of the past thirty years. But of all them, this is the one scene that we wished had actually been in Mr Lucas’ imagination. Not too late for an edit?
Have you always wanted to see a steampunk re-imagining of Star Wars? A feudal Japan Star Wars? Western Star Wars? Whatever obscure Star Wars crossover you secretly write fan fiction about, a guy called Silloff has the accompanying action figures.
Our friends over at the PBH Network have compiled a brilliant selection of Star Wars propaganda posters by artists such as Mike Kungl, Cliff Chiang, and Joe Corroney, among others. Yes, may the force be with them.
Perhaps the only fans that outdo Trekkies for zealousness are Star Wars fanatics. Don’t believe me? Well, check out this video. And then watch the one above where Star Wars fan dads talk about how they’ll talk to their kids about the films. Sweet.