I know what you’re thinking. We post too much Star Wars related stuff. Well first off, there is no such thing. Second of all, how could we NOT post about Kevin’s piece for the Mondo Star Wars Art Print Series.
This poster, entitled “A Linch Pin Droid” has already sold out at Mondo, but apparently Kevin will be selling a few signed and numbered edition, so keep checking his blog if you’re interested.
As if the immense creative and technical skills that go into Kevin’s work weren’t already obvious, Kevin produced a “making of” video documenting the 3 month process that took the poster from concept to print. We’ve included the video after the jump. Prepare to have your mind blown and/or feel terrible about your own illustration skills.
Flickr user powerpig posted this very real Space Invaders project he built using a slew of Star Wars legos. Vintage video games, Star Wars and Legos may be one of the greatest combos in the world. There are some other angles of the project after the jump.
Greg Peltz saw some old Civil War photos and was inspired to do this portrait of Darth Vader. Round these parts, we’re big fans of Star Wars so when I found these I was pretty psyched. He has also done a few beautiful Victorian style portraits of a few other characters after the jump.
I’m in love with this promo poster for the Crazy 4 Cult show in LA. The show opens on July 9th and involves 100+ artists doing their interpretations of American Cult Classics. It sounds like a great show. If you’re in LA and get to go, send us some pictures!
When I was a little kid I would have loved a real live non-destructive AT-AT from Star Wars that I could have called my own. Since that’s an impossible desire to fulfill, this video is the next best thing.