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Ryan Jones’ Star Wars Art: These Aren’t the Drawings You’re Looking For

by Paul Strauss
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These graphite pencil illustrations of Star Wars characters in everyday situations totally crack me up. I think it was the one with Darth Vader, titled I Find Your Lack of Hunger Disturbing that pushed me over the edge.

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I mean really, Darth Vader and cupcakes. It’s sheer madness. Genius, but mad genius. Artist Ryan Jones has worked as a Tech Director and Digital Artist for ILM/LucasFilm since 2003, so he’s certainly an expert on these characters, and has a few of these originals up for sale in his Etsy shop, including Hustle and Fett – featuring Boba Fett driving a Cadillac and smoking a cigarette. Why? Why not?

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…as well as the Bold Bluff, with a motley crew of Cantina aliens doing their best imitation of Dogs Playing Poker…

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The original 8.5″x11″  illustrations sell for $500 (USD) each, so they’re not cheap, but you can find prints of these over starting at $22 (USD) on FineArtAmerica if you don’t mind owning a copy. Or maybe you can just use a Jedi Mind Trick on Ryan to convince hand over the collection for free.

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