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The Secret Life of Star Wars Toys

by Range
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I really like this series of photos that shows us what all those Star Wars toys are up to after hours. Sure, keeping them in their boxes might preserve their resell value, but hey, toys need to have a life too!

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These photos are the brainchild of the photographer Marker. He used a bunch of different figurines from different eras, including some LEGO Star Wars, to show us what they do when they aren’t busy working for the Empire or the Rebellion.

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All of these great photos are available as prints on Marker’s website or on his Etsy shop. I think that all of the different Star Wars toys should have their own movie, Star Wars Toy Story.

[via Design You Trust]

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