Star Wars Characters as Classical Japanese Art – Design You Trust

Star Wars Characters as Classical Japanese Art

“Kenobi-shogun! daitan-na otokoyo!” – Grievous

Digital artist Scadarts (previously) uses Photoshop to put Star Wars characters into classic artworks. His latest series uses the classical Japanese style to portray Boba Fett, Ahsoka Tano, Darth Maul, and Leia Organa. Click to the right in the image above to see each work on its own. But that’s just his latest series.

More: Instagram h/t: neatorama

Bo-Katan of Clan Kryze

Spirit of Palpatine

Luke Skywalker defeats the Wampa

Boba Fett

Princess Leia

Ahsoka

Darth Maul

Din Djarin: The Mandalore

Vader

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