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Polygonal Star Wars: Force Geometry

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I’ve never imagined polygonal Star Wars characters, except maybe in some wireframe pre-production CGI shots of the new movies, but I have to say that Liam Brazier’s creations do look amazing. These polygonal characters from Star Wars are definitely unique and put a different spin on your favorite villains.

liam brazier polygonal star wars prints t-shirts

Darth Vader, the Imperial Guard, Stormtrooper, Boba Fett and the Sand Raider look really good (and evil) made up of polygons. If you check out Brazier’s website, you’ll find C-3PO as the sole representative of the light side, albeit Princess Leia masquerading as the Ubese bounty hunter Boushh is kind of in-between – dark on the outside, light in the middle.

liam brazier polygonal star wars prints t-shirts

You can get prints, t-shirts, iPod and iPad skins from Society6 starting at $22 (USD), and totes at Envelop for €20 (appx. $28 USD). Brazier also sells prints through INPRNT.

liam brazier polygonal star wars prints t-shirts

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