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Zac Benedict’s Star Wars Woodcuts Are out of This World

by Conner Flynn

Zac Benedict is an artist in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, who works in leather and wood. When he works in wood, it is often in a Star Wars theme. Like when he makes these amazingly retro painted woodcuts for example.

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I love the retro style of these woodcuts, which are sort of like comic book meet tattoos. In fact, each of these would make a pretty stunning tattoo. Or all of them if you want to cover a large area. They have a great style.

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I’d love to see a whole Star Wars story told with this kind of artwork. Great job Zac. The Force is clearly with you.

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Be sure to head on over to Zac’s Instagram page to check out more of his awesome work. You can contact him there if you’d like to buy a piece, and he occasionally posts giveaways of some of his carvings.
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[via Ka-Ching via Neatorama]

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Comments (1):

  1. Zac says:

    Just saw this! Thanks for the support and kind words!

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