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AT-AT Made from Skateboards: Sustainably Harvested from the Endor Forest

by Conner Flynn
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That is probably the most colorful AT-AT I have ever seen. That is because this awesome AT-AT sculpture was created by Denver, Colorado-based artist Derek Keenan using reclaimed skateboards.

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This thing measures 16 inches tall by 17 inches long and even has articulated joints. The detail is really amazing. Just look at those joints. If the Empire ever faced hard times and had to use other materials, like skateboards for instance, their toys of war would look just sweet! And you know that Vader and company would just love taking skateboards from kids, cause that is true evil.

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This sculpture is part of a Star Wars-themed group show, called Deathstar Blues, which is on exhibit at the Black Book Gallery in Denver, CO throughout June 2014. If you are in the area go check it out.

[via Superpunch via Geyser of Awesome]




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