Art of Takayuki Takeya is one of superb creativity and blending possibilities where there are none. In this set of sculptures, the same creativity meets different genres, cutting across their lines to mold them into something that is not just entirely different, but also one that shows a fascinating train of thought.
Mashing up Star Wars with Game of Thrones houses and sigils, artist Andrew Spear created this set of illustrations. Star Wars characters take a place on Game of Thrones house sigils. It’s a bit like Game of Thrones houses for Star Wars characters.
Here’s Steampunk Darth Vader, for the Victorian times, as a female. The Lady Vader wears a Victorian mourning dress, a hat, Steampunk goggles integrated into the mask, and a necklace that lights up with LEDs.
Artis Jon Bolerjack mashed up superheroes from The Avengers with Star Wars clone troopers to make this very impressive set. The Stormvengers look like they would kick some ass. He has a whole set of trooper mashups running, where many popular characters turn into Clone Troopers.
Makers of geeky motorcycle gear, UD Replicas have a new addition to their arsenal. Boba Fett Leather Street Jacket is made of cowhide and includes armor for forearms, elbow, shoulder, and back. Left forearm sleeve has pocket for your smartphone and the classic Boba Fett Mandalorian symbol on front chest plate and left shoulder armor. Costs ~$575.
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.
This is the world’s largest sculpture, and awesome X-Wing Starfighter made from 5.3 million Lego bricks. It weighs 46000 pounds, and took 32 people more than 17000 hours to put it all together. The Fighter arrived in New York in different pieces packed in 34 containers sent from Kladno in Czech Republic.
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.
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.