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Star Wars Polygon Pillow Covers: The Geometric Side of the Force

by Conner Flynn
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Damn. Yoda looks amazing in polygons. Etsy seller The Retro Inc sells a line of custom-sized throw pillow covers with polygon art renderings of Star Wars characters.
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These are the perfect excuse to geek up your home with some cool looking modern Star Wars art. All of your favorite characters are here, like Luke, Leia, Boba Fett, Chewie, R2, 3PO, Han Solo, even an Ewok. Each pillow case is handsewn from 100% spun poplin, which also happens to be the fabric of the universe.

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They just look stunning. These are pillows that every Star Wars fan should have. It’s hard to pick a favorite. They all look so good. Prices range from $34-$42(USD) depending on the size of the cover that you want, and you can find them over on Etsy now.

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[via GeekyMerch via Boing Boing]

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