Does your living room beg for more of a TIE Fighter aesthetic? Maybe an elaborate chandelier of people battling with light sabers?
Filip Hodas' series Pop Culture Dystopia continues, with bold, broken, and poignant references to famous characters, gone awry.
A series of Star Wars sculptures made from old Louis Vuitton luggage breathes new, fascinating life into old materials.
The Star Wars Hotel is set to be an entirely new experience for guests when it opens in 2019.
Nicolas Amiard has a series, inspired by the work of Thomas Dagg, showing ships from Star Wars crashed into scenery on Earth.
These Star Wars propaganda posters would be at home in the 1940s. Via Pinterest:
In a move sure to make people say “Who the heck is Rodarte”, the design house debuted Star Wars dresses at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. The Death Star Dress might be my new favorite. Well played. Via The Verge: Photo credit: Slaven Vlasic …
“Star Wars Forceflake” Some impressively intricate paper “snowflakes” by Kit Cameo. Via LaughingSquid: “Doctor Whoflake” “Shipflake #2, Hydra Attack” “Shipflake #1 with squid“ “Wonderlandflake” “Sixteen-pointed Pirateflake” “Pyramidflake” “Sixteen-pointed Wonderlandflake”
I’ve always loved that Star Wars’ Tattooine scenes were filmed in Tunisia. It was exotic enough to fit the two-starred planet very well. The set pieces from George Lucas’ film still exist in the hot Tunisian desert, 35 years on, though they’re …
The Empire Strikes Back is one of the best sci-fi films ever, and it is known shot-for-shot by fans across the world. But some of these behind-the-scene images bring a glimpse into the film’s backdrop. Via LaughingSquid:
A self-made internet icon, Olly Moss is a graphic artist with an eye for vintage movie art and posters. His work looks effortless, and he has a very clever sense of wordplay and image manipulation. Here are three posters he made, in …