Geek Art: ‘Star Wars’ Characters As Street Art by Phil Postma

‘Star Wars’ characters as street art by Phil Postma:

This project started when I came across an image of a carded “R2-D2″ figure done up to look like a spray can. The card itself was blank initially, until various street artists put there designs on them. I thought they look pretty cool and gave me an idea on what to do with the various “Star Wars” doodles I have done over the years.

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Check out his blog to see the rest of the series.

[Via Phil Postma's Blog]

Life-size Han Solo in Carbonite Figure


This will look perfect in a media room.

The Han Solo in Carbonite life-size figure replica will cost you $6,999, with flexible payment plans available. The replica stands seven-and-a-half foot tall and features light effects on the sides panels and base.

Sideshow Collectibles unveiled the life-size figure at Comic-Con in San Diego and now fans can pre-order the figure this Thursday, April 10th, 2014.






Peter Mayhew Returns as Chewbacca in ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’


Chewie is back!

Filming for J.J. Abrams’ ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ has already started and according to The Hollywood Reporter, another original Star Wars character will be returning. Peter Mayhew, who played the big walking carpet in the original Star Wars trilogy, will be reprising his role as Chewbacca. That makes him the second confirmed character, alongside R2-D2.

Mayhew had recently canceled an upcoming appearance at Texas convention Comicpalooza “due to filming,” and many fans speculated that he would return as ChewbaccaThey were right.

Still no confirmation if Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Billy Dee Williams will indeed reprise their original Star Wars roles.

Star Wars: Episode VII’ will hit theaters December 15, 2015.


Leonard Nimoy Presents ‘Return of the Jedi’

Leonard Nimoy

From 1982-1987, Leonard Nimoy hosted a show called Standby: Lights! Camera! Action! an educational show that aired on Nickelodeon. The show taught kids how movies were made by going behind-the-scenes of a movie production. Topics included movie character, script writing, directing, costumes, props, special effects, and more.

One of the episodes from 1983, Nimoy took the viewers behind-the-scenes of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi.

Enjoy The Epicness!

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Rodarte’s Ode To ‘Star Wars’

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(Photo credit: Rodarte)

Geek culture is taking over. Rodarte designers Laura and Kate Mulleavy unveiled their Fall/Winter 2014 collection at New York’s Fashion Week on Tuesday, featuring dresses adorned with Star Wars characters and the twin suns of Tatooine.

What do you think of Rodarte’s Star Wars dresses?


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