‘I find your lack of Potassium disturbing’. Dark Forces is a sculpture by artist Matthew J. Mahoney, in which he takes a cardboard cut-out of our favourite Sith Lord and attaching banana peels with drywall screws. He also took advantage of the banana’s ‘natural adhesive’ to make them stick on the cut-out for good. At […]
When Marty Van Dyke (or SenseiMonkeyboy, as he’s known on DeviantART) was asked to paint Darth Vader on a friend’s mailbox, he admitted that ‘it started that direction then veered off sharply into this.’ What he means by ‘this’, is that he smacked a realistic replica of Darth Vader’s masked helmet head right in front […]
If Indiana Jones and Darth Vader had a face-off, who would win? There’s only one rule: you can’t use the force. YouTube user PatrickBoivin may have thought that rule made the fight fair in his clever stop-motion short video, but let’s stop and think about it. Without the force, Darth Vader is nothing more than a […]
Remember Jeffrey Brown’s splendid picture storybook Darth Vader and Son? He’s back with a fresh follow-up for a children’s book, Vader’s Little Princess, which imagines the dad tackling even more parenting woes as he raises his rebellious teen daughter Leia. He even gets to employ the classic disgruntled dad phrase “You are not going out […]
Can this be true? Vadering, a geeky Star Wars reference to Darth Vader’s invisible neck choke, might just be the next big Internet phenomenon. At least two people need to be in the shot, with one playing the role of Vader with one outstretched arm and clenched fingers, and another playing victim suspended in mid-air, […]
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 […]
Self-proclaimed junk artist Gabriel Dishaw has an upcycled range of skull likenesses created with recycled bits and pieces. Darth Vader’s right there, made out of parts from adding machines, computers and typewriters. So’s Mickey Mouse, with his ears made of airplane cargo ramp wheels. There’s even an unnamed Decepticon with eyes that light up.