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Star Wars Gets the Street Art Treatment

by Paul Strauss

Animated character designer Phil Postma created this series of imaginary Star Wars action figures cards after he saw an image of an R2-D2 action figure that looked like a tiny spray can.

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I love the graffiti art style of the images, and think it would be awesome if they actually made a Star Wars animated series with this look.

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I’d also like Phil to come to my neighborhood and spray this on one of the buildings:

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Be sure to head over to Phil’s blog to check out more images from his Star Wars street art series – and lots of other awesome art.

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