Star Wars Celebration VII
Posted on Sep 13, 2011 by Pete

Star Wars Wallpaper


Every serious collector has a Star Wars room (or two) in their home, right? What do they have on the walls in those rooms? Some kick butt Star Wars art, right? Sure. But how about kicking it up a notch and adding some amazing Imperial Forces Star Wars wallpaper!

Head over to Super7 and check out this amazing new wallpaper design that features mini-portraits of your favorite Star Wars baddies. Tasteful, yet geektacular, this stuff officially qualifies as swagalicious!

You can buy the stuff four ways:

  • HALF ROLL (27" x 90" able to cover 17 sq ft) - $75
  • SINGLE ROLL (27" x 180" able to cover 33.75 sq ft) - $120
  • DOUBLE ROLL (27" x 360" able to cover 67.5 sq ft) - $240
  • TRIPLE ROLL (27" x 540" able to cover 101 sq ft) - $350

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Posted on Aug 25, 2011 by Pete

Fanboys Tim Doyle Print


Recently, as part of the "Hot and Nerdy" film series hosted at the Blue Starlite Drive in Austin, Texas, Austin Books and Comics held a screening of the very fun film, "Fanboys", which if you haven't seen it is about a group of friends on an amazing Star Wars journey. To commemorate the event, they commissioned artist Tim Doyle to make a print, and boy did he do an amazing job!

Tim created this amazing piece, which should be titled "Leia Leading the Rebels", as it's based on the famous painting be Eugene Delacroix titled, "Liberty Leading the People" that helped symbolized the July Revolution of 1830 in France and is one of the most iconic paintings in the world.

The print is 18" x 24", originally cost $40 and is limited to 325 pieces. There is also a variant blue "Night Falls on the Federation" edition limited to 150 pieces that originally cost $60. Both editions, which were originally sold at the screening with the few remaining pieces sold online afterwards, are completely sold out. So ebay might be your best bet to pick one of these up if you're desperate for one.

I asked Tim if he thought about having Leia be topless in the piece and he said, "I really debated drawing her topless. It would fit the reference, but then I think people wouldn't want to hang it up. I thought about doing a topless variant, but ran out of time. These are the things that keep me up at night, decisions like this."

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Posted on Aug 17, 2011 by Pete

Ewok Mask Restoration


The imminently talented Tom Spina just let us know about another amazing Star Wars project he recently worked on. Tom and his team - led by artist Mike Thomas on this project - tackled restoring an original Ewok mask for "Return of the Jedi".

The mask was in need of some serious love as it had some large tears and had grown fragile and unstable in certain places. To see before and after pictures of the restoration process and get more details about the project, head over to Tom's website, Tom Spina Designs.

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Posted on Aug 17, 2011 by Pete


Star Wars Custom Figures
(Image via Sillof.com)


Our pal Sillof has once again dropped us a line to let us know about his next series of amazing custom Star Wars figures. This line is known as "Serial Wars" and is an homage to sci-fi serial flicks like "Flash Gordon" and "Buck Rogers". You know, the films that George Lucas loved so much as a a kid that they inspired a certain galaxy far, far away...

(Via sillof.com)

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Posted on Aug 16, 2011 by Pete



Enjoy the second trailer for the Star Wars Blu-Ray set. The excitement builds....

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Posted on Aug 6, 2011 by Pete




Wow, how time flies. With San Diego Comic-Con 2011 still fresh in our brains, next summer is going to be another fun convention season. Not only will we have SDCC 2012, but Star Wars fans the world over will once again be invading Orlando, Florida for Star Wars Celebration VI!

The official Star Wars Celebration website has released the above teaser video for the convention. While details on guests, exhibitors and specific programming are still a ways off, we're getting excited!

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Posted on Aug 3, 2011 by Pete

Kermit and Yoda



Imagine if Yoda and Kermit, both "Muppets", knew each other because they lived in the same swamp.

That's exactly what Peter De Seve did when putting together this piece for the amazing book titled "Star Wars Visions" that was put together by Lucasfilm, Abrams and ACME Archives. George Lucas hand-picked more than 100 of the best artists on the planet to contribute art pieces for this impressive work.

(Via A Sketchy Past)

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