Print by illustrator Max Dalton puts characters from Star Wars Episodes IV to VI in one 18″ x 24″ poster. Sure everyone remembers the big names, but several of these characters have long since been forgotten. The print was priced at $50 and appears to have been sold out already!
Artist Liam Brazier (previously) renders popular characters and images into shape through polygons, giving them a unique appeal. Here we have the artist’s sets of superheroes and Star Wars characters going boxy in the polygonal style.
Fantastic Star Wars opening crawl dress and a matching purse. Looking good, you are.
It pays to pray well to the geeky powers of force. Say hallelujah to these candles inspired by Star Wars. Featuring Darth Vader, a stormtrooper and Princess Leia, the set is available for $19. The seller also has a collection starring other celebrities should you decide for a little change.
Star Wars themed pinup style illustrations by Dominic-Marco converted well known male characters into cute females, and then gave them the pinup touch. Are dudes supposed to find Boba Fett hot?
Posters and prints by DeviantArt user WeaponIX take a quick look at many of the ships from the Star Wars universe. If you forgot what was what, the are your way back to the right path. If you know them well like every good person should, you’ll appreciate the minimalist style of illustrations and little functional details on the posters.
Darth Vader Riding a Unicycle, Wearing a Kilt, Playing Star Wars Theme on Fire Shooting Bagpipes [video]
Well, the title says it all. How the mighty have fallen. The Force is one helluva drug.
Hans and Chewie? It’s solo and the cookie! Available as a t-shirt for $12.95.
In a universe where Star Wars crosses over with Game of Thrones, make sure to stay out of the way of the Sith Lord Khal Drogo. DeviantArt user jbcasacop imagined Dark lord of the Khalasar as a figure to represent his love for both franchises. The series might have more illustrations coming, so we figure more awesomeness is on its way.
Artist John Sprengelmeyer, or Captain RibMan has created this illustration where Princess Leia gets the Disney treatment. Say what you will, but Disney knows to treat its princesses better than the Empire. Available on RedBubble