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The Best Star Wars And Classic Art Mashups

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The Best Star Wars And Classic Art Mashups

It is fascinating how people combine two products of culture that are so different – classic art and Star Wars. Here you will find the best (in our opinion) Star Wars and art mashups – and the force is strong with these ones, hmm.

1. Darth Vader as Claude Monet’s Woman with a Parasol

Cloude Monet, Woman with a Parasol
Monet's Vader With Parasol by David Barton
Monet’s Vader With Parasol by David Barton

2. Princess Amidala doubts in Roy Lichtenstein’s M-Maybe

Roy Lichtenstein, M-Maybe
Lichtenstein Pop Art Amidala by Bergie81
Lichtenstein Pop Art Amidala by Bergie81

3. Jedi knights as Japanese Ukiyo-e Warriorsukiyo-e warriors

Ukiyo-e Heroes by Takao Nakagawa

4. R2D2 and Leia chilling in George Seurat’s Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte

Sunday at Grand Jatte by David Hamilton
Sunday at Grand Jatte by David Hamilton

5. Darth Vader Crossing the Alps by Jacques Louis David


6. Yoda with Bandaged Ear and Pipe ( I love this one!)

162 Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear and Pipe
Yoda as Van Gogh, by somethingawful.com
Source: somethingawful.com

7. Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man… ehmm Chewbacca Man (?)

Source: WORTH1000.COM

8. Quite alive C3PO as Dead Marat from Jacques Louis David

Source: Society6

9. X-wing flying through Starry Night Over Rhone

David Hamilton-800x498
Created by David Hamilton

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