Artist Kode Subject has created “War Of Thrones,” an excellent illustrated mashup of Star Wars and Game of Thrones. Now that’s an Iron Throne fit for a Jedi killing Sith Lord. I’m sure that Hodor agree. “Hodor!”
Artist Brock Davis has created a Star Wars ”Cereal TIE Fighter" using 2 Crispix for the hexagonal wings, 2 Cheerios for the hull, and then "a tiny bit of frosting to hold it together.” I’m very impressed and hungry for some breakfast.
via: Brock Davis
Artist Drew Wise has a new design that allows the worlds of Doctor Who and video game FEZ to collide. There is no need for time travel to get your hands on this shirt. It is available to purchase today only (1/24) at The Yetee for $11.
This awesome photo manipulation created by Florida artist Gordon Tarpley of GT Props mixes together both the Star Wars bounty hunter Jango Fett with Django Freeman, a character played by Jamie Foxx in Quentin Tarantino's western film Django Unchained.
Star Wars Taxidermy, a project by Boston artist Jon Defreest for Tauntr, features a Photoshopped series of images that mounts the heads of creatures found in the Star Wars films lovingly on various fireplaces.
Paris, France graphic designers / custom toy makers Guillaume and Julia Lachambre (aka “Artmymind“) have created a rad 5″ tall Star Wars Stormtrooper / Samurai mashup vinyl art toy titled Storm Samurai that was commissioned by a private collector. Unfortunately, this custom Munny is not for sale. They do, however, have other designs available in their store.
Toronto artist Marco D’Alfonso (aka “m7781”) created this awesome illustration showing Deadpool and his mercenary pal Boba Fett as they both team up in Disney World to physically show how happy they are to be a part of the Disney family. Marco made this piece for Comic Book Resources’ new “The Line It Is Drawn Week 114 - Disney Welcomes Star Wars To The Family!" theme.
Kristen Andrews (aka “Star Wars Chick“) has turned her pug named Chubbs (who was once dressed as a Hoth Wampug) into a Star Wars inspired Banthapug and Kristen also took a video of Chubbs happily traveling through the Tatooine desert in her new costume. You can view more photos on the Laughing Squid post that I wrote or the Chubbs the Wampug Facebook page.
Related Rampage: Wampug
via Laughing Squid