“Star Wars” Characters Brilliantly Reimagined As “Calvin And Hobbes” – Design You Trust

“Star Wars” Characters Brilliantly Reimagined As “Calvin And Hobbes”


Story artist Brian Kesinger is back with even more adorable images of characters from The Force Awakens depicted as characters from ‘Calvin and Hobbes’.

h/t: designtaxi


“Thank you all so much for the amazing response to this series, I hope you had as much fun looking at them as I did drawing them.” – says Brian.


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