This is one of the geekiest, and most complex representations of Star Wars we have come across. Created by Matthew Gallagher and his team, the periodic table takes a good look at the original Star Wars trilogy. The periodic table takes a look at the cast and characters of the trilogy, much of it arranged through the cast order, episode number and the initials of the actor. The color scheme used gives it a very vintage look, but the hallmark here is the sheer complexity and depth it uses to represent Star Wars.
Keep Calm and Carry On posters from World War II have probably been used and reused a zillion times since then, and every now and then we get a couple of interesting versions, or humorous ones like the ones we see here. These are the famous words, as said by Hodor from Game of Thrones/A Song of Ice and Fire. Click images for link to product page.
You don’t get to be Lord Vader unless you match your power with equal or greater degrees of cool. Who doesn’t need to do that? Darth Vader, because he’s a badass; but no price can be put on being a badass and being super cool. Artist Tom Sachs built the Vader fridge and Vodka fountain where the fridge with its cape drawn takes the appearance of Lord Vader, and the helmet just kind of seals the deal.
Things we know all too well change drastically if we change the style they are illustrated in. We have seen Pokemon go through the lens of numerous artists, and this time it is a double filter with artist Vaughn Pinpin drawing Pokemon like they would appear in the style of Tim Burton. It is an ongoing project and Pinpin wants all 151 of the original Pokemon in the set.
This video imagines a world where the universes of Star Trek and Star Wars collide right here on Earth. It’s a world where Starfleet doesn’t call the shots, but the Empire rolls. One day, to their surprise, a new ship appears over San Francisco. It’s a kind of vessel that the empire has never dealt with, and its shields sure are a bit of a problem; that vessel is the Starship Enterprise.
Indonesia based graphic designer Febrian Anugrah‘s set Star Wars – Bad Guys presents a few negative characters from the Star Wars universe in this rather straightforward set of portrait-like illustrations.
The world loves latte art, and it only gets better when you add a healthy dose of colors to the mix. Japanese “coffee craftsman” Nowtoo Sugi is probably the pioneer of the praiseworthy style of adding color to latte art, and doing it in magnificent detail. The color is added by using bartender color syrups. Hit ahead to see a few more images of the colored latte art.
In the art of Dan Luvisi, well known heroes go beyond the stories we know, and take a turn for the badass in the imagination of the artist. Checkout the artist’s page for more great art, and some equally interesting stories.