A true masterpiece.
An exclusive look at the art behind The Force Awakens. Excerpted from The Art of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
"Will someone get this big walking carpet out of my way?"
Artist Thomas Dagg has found unique and subtle way to incorporate Star Wars into seemingly ordinary modern scenes.
Artist David Vancook takes paintings from thrift shops and adds Star Wars characters into them. The results are amazing!
Artist Timothy Anderson does an awesome job of reimagining the original Star Wars films as cheesy pulp novels. (via Laughing Squid)
Beautiful geekiness, and it's all for a good cause!
Star Wars fans rejoice because all these designs are wearable. Designs were all created by different artists and are available on Threadless.
Someone has been eating their Wheaties. Standing over eight feet tall, Darth Len has created an R2 that is the envy of all cardboard and duct tape robots everywhere.
Artist Bwana Spoons has created a one man art show with his series of paintings based on vintage Kenner Star Wars action figures.
Some Baroque Star Wars drawings by Mattias Adolfsson. [Ed. note: He may not look scary to you, but Baroque Darth Vader would have terrified the shit out of J.S. Bach.]
Hubert de Lartigue is a French artist who makes Origami Star Wars ships out of Parisian subway tickets. [Ed Note: Which, honestly, can you even think of a worthier occupation than that?]