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Awesome Star Wars Art includes DJ Yoduh and Darth Fader

by Shane McGlaun

I am a fan of artwork that takes the movies and things from my youth that l liked and twists it a bit to make it into something else. Over on Etsy there is a dude going by the name Harshness that has a bunch of pop art based on some of my favorite childhood flicks. The art has characters from Star Wars, Gremlins, Goonies, and Ghostbusters.


Those are the flicks I remember most from when I was a kid. The prints are offered in different color backgrounds and such. My favorites are the G-Wok that has a Ewok holding a pistol gangsta’-style in one hand, and an AK-47 in the other. I also like the DJ Yoduh print, it should have a tag line that says “Rock you, I will.”

Boba Phat has our favorite bounty hunter Boba Fett holding a big 80’s boom box. Several of the prints mix vampire themes with classic scenes from the movie. Each of the 12″x 16″ prints sells for $19 (USD), which is surprisingly cheap if you ask me. You need to hit up the artist’s Etsy shop to see all of them.

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