Star Wars Prints Styled As Traditional Japanese Art – Design You Trust

Star Wars Prints Styled As Traditional Japanese Art

To Transpose the mythical universe of the Star Wars saga in Japanese prints, that’s the great idea launched by the Japanese crowdfunding website Makuake.

Using the technique called Ukiyo-e prints made from carved wooden plates, these incredible works showing R2-D2 or Darth Vader which looks like anachronisms of an era located ” long time ago in a galaxy far, far away….”.

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