By David Pescovitz at 9:11 am Tue, Feb 9, 2010
I’m impressed with the accuracy. Everyone knows it’s the forest moon of Endor rather than just Endor, but “sixth planet of the Hoth system” rather than just Hoth? That’s dedication.
I like the accuracy too. Am I the only one who has ever wondered how crappy the other six planets in the Hoth system would have to be as hideouts for the rebels to set themselves up on an essentially featureless iceball?
These are rad. Discovered they are available as prints and posters by the artist:
Where’s Alderaan? …oh yah, nevermind.
Quite similar to:
If you haven’t seen the StarWars range on Zazzle, check it out, they have some really nice (and tongue-in-cheek) designs:
I’m pretty sure they did sell them. Seeing those pictures gave me flashbacks to high school trigonometry, where the teacher had those very posters on the back wall. That was an awesome, awesome class, even though I sucked at trig.
Sweeet… Really nice work.
I had created a art deco star wars poster a while back. threw it up on flicker to share once I saw this post.
Keep em comin!
That’s awesome! You get a heart too! â¤
@Anonymous #12, Magnificent!
Reminds me a bit of QMx’s two sets of Firefly/Serenity inspired travel posters.
I’m glad I’m not alone in thinking of Star Tours when I saw these.
I love Star Tours â¤
There are some gorgeous “travel” posters in the Star Tours ride at Disneyland. Always wondered why these weren’t put up for sale:
These are gorgeous. I love the Tatooine one – the suns just seem to glow.
I did something similar, exploring the question of what the posters might have looked like had Star Wars been released in earlier decades.
These images are licensed, and several are available as posters. They’ll also be seen in Topps Ciompany’s upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy 5 set of trading cards.
smaller image here:
Highly awesome. Must…have…Tshirt…
Harkens to those great throwbackish posters when you exit Star Tours. Would love to find some stuff like this to put in the toddler’s room…. subtle Star Wars conditioning
A while ago, I wondered who would have been cast in Star Wars if it had been made in the late 30s or early 40s.
I wish that they had posters for Naboo and Kamino.
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