The infamous bounty hunter from “Star Wars” looks just at home in the harsh, yet beautiful terrain of Iceland, in this photo-project by Mr. Wink from Rocket & Wink, a creative team based in Hamburg, Germany.
Here are a few more images from the project.
An illustration by Theron Parlin.
[via Hey Oscar Wilde!]
Check out more illustrations after the jump. Continue reading ‘Leia and Chewie – Star Wars Art by Dave Mott’
I’m just loving these pop culture mashups by Chris Gerringer.
Hit the jump to see more illustrations of sentimental fist bumping and male bonding.
This Gollum vs. Joker mashup would make for such a great poster!
“Why so prrrecious,” by DA user Andry Shango.
Episode IV: A New Hero is a 1989 American epic superhero opera film, written and directed by Timothy Burton. It is the first of six films released in the El Caballero de la Noche saga: two subsequent films complete the original trilogy, while a prequel trilogy completes the six-film saga. Groundbreaking in its use of special effects, unconventional editing, and superhero / gothic storytelling, the original movie is one of the most successful and influential films of all time.
An almost perfect, shot-for-shot parody remake of Ridley Scott’s Prometheus movie trailer, created using footage from WALL-E.
[via Miss C Recommends]
“When Han Met Chewie,” by Powerpig. Prints, iPhone cases and skins are available.
Struzan is the artist who was responsible for over 150 movie posters including, ET, Star Wars (all episodes), Indiana Jones, and Back to the Future movie series. This particular collection was exhibited and sold (in excess of $40,000) throughout Japan from 1995-1997.
You can contact Kult Studio to know more about the availability and (and now relatively more affordable) pricing of the prints.
The beautiful Paulette Goddard (1910 – 1990) in Modern Times, the 1936 film directed by Charlie Chaplin.
[via Classic Film Heroines]