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The Dark Side Dresses Up

 |  |  |  |  October 10, 2011


Would you ever take tea with Darth Vader? How about a fancy dinner with Boba Fett? The only time those two were near a dinner table was on Bespin, where they laid a trap for Han Solo and Princess Leia. Artist Chase Kunz has re-imagined some of my favorite Star Wars villains in suits, apparently dressed up for such a special occasion.

chase kunz star wars gentlemen villains helmets dark side suits

All the cool Dark Side characters had awesome helmets, which is why Chase thought that they’d go swimmingly with some fancy suits. They’d probably work in a bank, an advertising firm, or some other company if they were real.

chase kunz star wars gentlemen villains helmets dark side suits

The five prints feature Darth Vader, Boba Fett, a scout trooper, a TIE fighter pilot and a stormtrooper. They are all available as prints from Chase Kunz’s Society 6 page for $17 to $40 (USD) each, depending on size. You can also order them as iPhone or iPod skins, cases, or laptop skins.

chase kunz star wars gentlemen villains helmets dark side suits

chase kunz star wars gentlemen villains helmets dark side suits

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