This Star Destroyer bicycle might just be the coolest Star Wars costume ever, especially if you have a kid that has Imperial leanings. Andrew Guy built this amazing costume for Halloween for his son Aidan. Hey, Andrew, I want one too!
Few things in this galaxy or any other are as intimidating as the sight of an Imperial Star Destroyer. If you are smuggling any contraband at all and you see one of these ships, you drop your cargo and run.
Flickr user Nick Chen aka solscud made a cute collection of Star Wars minifigures wearing their respective vehicles. For instance, Kylo Ren has his command shuttle, Han Solo is wearing the Millennium Falcon and Rey is, well, in the Millennium Falcon, but with the new different radar dish.
If you thought that this Super Star destroyer was from The Force Awakens, it’s not. But if we see a Star destroyer that looks even half as cool in the movie, I’ll be happy. This custom ship model was built by Fabio Delfino and is based on the Star Wars: Dark Empire comic books.
LEGO already has an official Star Wars Imperial Destroyer kit. But Flickr member Jerac’s take is so much better. Partly because it’s huge but mostly because, as The Brothers Brick said, it has “a super smooth design that hardly looks like a LEGO creation.”
I’m pretty sure that White Tiger’s huge star destroyer will be a sight to behold when it’s finished, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s not as polished as this 1:2,256 scale model of the Imperial II star destroyer by model kit builder Cho Jin Hae aka Darth Maul.
Pew, pew, pew, pew! This Star Destroyer cake will fly over your birthday presents and tractor beam them into it’s hanger bay like so many Rebel ships. And you won’t even care – since this cake is complete awesomeness.
We’ve seen a few Star Wars dioramas – most of them made with LEGO – but these works of art from the 50th Shizuoka Hobby Show are unbelievably beautiful. They may not have hundreds of characters or battle scenes, but they more than make up for it in terms of polish and detail.
This incredible LEGO Ventator-class Star Destroyer was made by Iomedes using 43,280 individual LEGO bricks. It’s a replica of the one originally made by Erik Varszegi, a model designer for LEGO, who built one back in 2005 to promote Star Wars Episode III.