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Star Wars Gets the Street Art Treatment

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Animated character designer Phil Postma created this series of imaginary Star Wars action figures cards after he saw an image of an R2-D2 action figure that looked like a tiny spray can.

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I love the graffiti art style of the images, and think it would be awesome if they actually made a Star Wars animated series with this look.

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I’d also like Phil to come to my neighborhood and spray this on one of the buildings:

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Be sure to head over to Phil’s blog to check out more images from his Star Wars street art series – and lots of other awesome art.



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