Not often does our world throw up such coolness as starships circling airports. Actually, it never really does that, but that doesn’t mean we can’t imagine. Since Star Wars Episode VII is in the works, you can expect a lot of things related to the movie making rounds. In that vein, checkout this sweet video that shows the Frankfurt Airport transformed into an Imperial Starport.
Paul Michael Design has the right way to express love, and to know if it really is love. X-Wing and Tie Fighter engagement rings ought to take love to the stars.
Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin photographs clone trooper action figures going about their life; enjoying the simple things. You don’t always have to be shooting at things.
Main title from Star Wars played on a 5/80 Sanfilippo Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, played by Jelani Eddington. It is not only great to hear, but it is quite a treat to watch Eddington move his hands skillfully on a pipe organ.
Star Wars meets polygon art meets pillow cases in these creations of TheRetroInc. Characters on the pillow cases are based off the original trilogy, just in case you needed more reason to like them. Each pillow case is priced at $34.
Even the bravest, deadliest of Jedi would not try the impudent move of pooping down the Sarlacc Pit. Simply because it is much better to drop waste out of your butt, than to get the butt wasted. But you my dear, you are special; and braver than anyone else. For you can sit comfortably and drop a massive turd on the Sarlacc Pit.
Mexican artist John Raya put all 32 NFL team helmets into a Star Wars theme.
Got to say, we approve of this Pokeball – Death Star mashup. Though looking at the image, we have to ask the all important question. Does it make her look fat? The geeky shirt is costs $24.
A very detailed, very beautiful collection of rings based on the Star Wars universe. The very well detailed rings were created by Japan based JAP Studio to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the Star Wars movie in 1997. Why are we talking about them now? Mostly because they’re awesome.
Putting skills of forced perspective to use, Finnish photographer and illustrator Vesa Lehtimäki aka Avanaut has a set of beautiful images where Star Wars reaches out for our planet. The photographer used toys for photography in the real world, and with a bit of perspective, actually managed to make them look like full scale objects out for action.