Star Wars Characters Re-Imagined (Toys)

What do you get if you try to re-imagine the cast of the original Star Wars Trilogy as Cyber Punk Hackers? Artist Sillof has done just that. He’s also done a  2 series of steam punk, a 50’s TV science fiction serial, a Wild West, and a medieval set toys as well as Samurai and WWII sets…

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Darth Atlas

The weight of the entire Empire lies on the shoulders of the feared / awesome Darth Vader. Chris Kawagiwa&#8217;s killer Atlas / Star Wars shirt design is now on sale now at WeLoveFine for $25.<br />
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This Image by Chris Kawagiwa depicts Darth Vader as Atlas with the weight of the empire on his shoulders, it’s available as a T-Shirt at WeLoveFine for $25

Via Rampaged Reality

Geeky Aprons

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The Above R2D2 Apron is just one of many Geeky Aprons available to buy at Haute Mess’ Etsy Store you can also get Darth Vader, Harry Potter and Wonder Woman Themed ones. I’m not sure if the intent is for them to be used on a daily basis though, they do mention cooking a cleaning in them but the emphasis seems to be on photo shoots and entertaining whilst wearing them, here are a few more samples:

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Wonder Woman
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Darth Vader
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Harry Potter (With Cape)

Via Incredible Things

Optimus Samurai

 

I’ve seen one too many Darth Vader samurai images in my time but I’ve never seen an Optimus Prime one, which is odd because Optimus in my mind embodies the ethos of a Samurai much more than Darth Vader does. Also the Transformers are a Japanese creation, where Star Wars is only loosely based on Hidden Fortress by Akira Kurusawa.

Optimus Samurai by *CreatureBox on deviantART.

What If Jedi and Sith Resolved Their Differences With A Dance Off?

Image by Aaron Jasinski and is included in a limited edition Star Wars Fan art book Star Wars Art: Visions (it’s just over 200 quid for the special edition but only 17 for the normal one.)

as one of the commenters on “The Daily What” page said it is a little unfair, Darth is a quadraplegic on life support, and Obiwan isn’t…

Via The Daily What.