Artist Joel Holtzman has created this cool piece of Star Wars fan-art called “Beast of Korriban“. The piece features a cloaked, robotic-looking Sith lord wielding a double ended lightsaber preparing for battle in a what looks like a deserted wasteland.
Threadless user DegaThreads, aka Pablo Marin, has created this tribute to the classic sci-fi movie Back to the Future with this great piece of T-shirt art! The funny piece is called “HEAVY-DUTY” and features a dinosaur landing on top of Marty McFly’s time-traveling Delorean. The T-shirt is currently available on Threadless.com for $20.00 with free shipping too!
The artist added this small message to the piece:
Remember! You mustn’t touch a thing! Any slight deviation from the time-space continuum could create a world unfathomable to the imagination!
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3D Artist Leo Haslam has created this fantastically evil piece of fan-art depicting a redesign of Star Wars‘s villainous Darth Vader. The piece is called “Soul As Black As Hell” and features a maskless, black eyed, less-robotic looking Darth Vader elevating above the floor of an all white room while channeling the force into a dark, black and purple ball of energy.
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It was heavily rumored for quite some time that Simon Kinberg would replace Gary Whitta to write the Star Wars spin-off film but The Hollywood Reporter has officially announced that Writer Chris Weitz, Twilight: New Moon, will be taking his place. The spin-off is apparently one of two, the first releasing a year after Star Wars: The Force Awakens releases.
Here’s a fun little decision tree from Onlineschools.org that reveals what job you would be best suited for in the Star Wars universe. Enjoy!!
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Nerdist.com has recently uploaded a video from Vimeo user Dino Ignacio, who has created a 10 minute video collecting all of the moments from Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope where characters interacted with machines, doors, screens, levers, knobs, and buttons. Princess Leia’s holograms, the Modal Nodes jamming, doors opening and closing, and more. Enjoy the video!!
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Artist Cedric Cave has uploaded this piece of Star Wars fan-art called “Darth Vader 2.0“. The piece shows a more robotic redesign of the Star Wars villain, wielding a lightsaber while a dark black and red smoke emanates from his hand.
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