Archive for ‘Creativity’

Stormtrooper Model in Art Class Team | March 23, 2011

Most life drawing classes have nude models for their artists to sketch. But we have to admit, stormtroopers are way cooler.

WATCH VIDEO: Stormtrooper Model In an Life Drawing Class

Baby Star Wars Adidas Posters

Bonnie Burton | March 8, 2011

Hong Kong artist Dorothy Tang created these whimsical posters to celebrate the launch of the Star Wars x adidas Originals Collection.

Done in the Chinese propaganda poster art style of “Nianhua” (New Year prints) these chubby babies called “pang wa wa” sure would have made the Star Wars saga extra-cuddly.

See more of these posters below.


How to Make a Snow AT-AT!

Bonnie Burton | February 28, 2011

Photo by Miguel Valenzuela

So you have a lot of snow and you’d like to recreate one of the coolest battles in the Star Wars films? Get your mittens on and start packing snow into an AT-AT worthy of Hoth!

Miguel Valenzuela writes:

My daughter sitting on top of an AT-AT Snow Sculpture. It’s about 4 feet tall (1.2 meters). I know the main canons are a bit big but anything smaller just wasn’t holding or showing up. I built it over a period of two days. About 3 hours the first day then one hour the second day. By leaving it overnight it helped freeze the top layer making it stronger.

Learn how to make an AT-AT Imperial Walker Snow Sculpture here.

More photos here: Snow Sculptures

Star Wars Steampunk Art of Bjorn Hurri

Bonnie Burton | February 23, 2011

These amazing steampunk Star Wars character illustrations are created by UK based conceptual artist/illustrator, Bjorn Hurri. Boba Fett, Princess Leia, Yoda, C-3PO, Chewbacca, Han Solo, and others get the brass and bowler hat treatment in a makeover that would impress even Jules Verne.

Check out all the illustrations here:
World of Steampunk and Star Wars Collide! Illustrations by Bjorn Hurri

Star Wars Cookie Roundup!

Bonnie Burton | February 22, 2011

Sweet Sugar Belle makes some amazing Star Wars cookies that could make even the pickiest Wookiee happy! Check out some of the cookies below.

SOURCE: Between the Pages Blog

Love…Star Wars Style Team | February 14, 2011

MTV star Liz Lee smooches a Gamorrean Guard

Get in the Valentine’s Day spirit with this list of fun Star Wars-related romantic sites.



Greedo Amigurumi!

Bonnie Burton | February 4, 2011

I’m in love with this Amigurumi Greedo from Flickr user BackyardBirderWa!

Check out other fun fan-made Star Wars Amigurumi creations here:

R2-D2 Swamp Cake!

Bonnie Burton | January 31, 2011

(cake made by Mannuli)Star Wars fans are not only talented filmmakers, costume makers, robot builders, and craftsters — they’re amazing bakers. Here’s one of our favorite cakes this week – R2-D2 Dagobah Cake!

Custom Ahsoka Doll = Full of Cute

Bonnie Burton | January 24, 2011

Check out this adorable hand-sculpted and handmade Ahsoka Tano doll called Addahsoka by Wendygital.

Check out more of her doll designs here:

Mondo Original Trilogy Star Wars Prints by Tyler Stout Team | January 3, 2011

“Star Wars” print by Tyler Stout

Collectors and fans who’d like to add something a little different to their Star Wars art collection should check out this new series of art prints from Mondo.

Mondo is the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible art boutique, featuring designs from world famous artists based on licenses for popular TV and movie properties including Star Wars, Star Trek and Universal Monsters.

These prints are VERY limited in run and are snatched up by collectors quickly, selling out in mere minutes. So if you want to know which prints are on sale and when, follow MondoNews on Twitter!

Here’s the last set of prints from Mondo — Star Wars Posters by Tyler Stout — 24″x36″ screen print. Hand numbered. Printed by D&L Screen Printing. Each has an edition of 850.

Mondo writes of its Star Wars-themed print series:

A project over a year and a half in the making ends today. We are very proud of the series and are thrilled to have worked with so many talented artists. We also want to thank all of the fans that supported us and made the series such a success. We couldn’t think of a better way to end the series than releasing Tyler Stout’s truly epic Original Trilogy poster set.

“The Empire Strikes Back” print by Tyler Stout

“Return of the Jedi” print by Tyler Stout