Russian Illustrator Recreates All Episodes Of The Mandalorian As Vintage Comic Book Covers

The Star Wars saga of 42 years wrapped up at the end of 2019, but a Disney+ hit show The Mandalorian came to save the day by taking us back to the Star Wars universe set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. This American space opera gave the fandom a new hope, the legendary baby Yoda and loads of exciting fan art to fill the wait until season 2. Continue reading »

Artist Made A Baby Yoda Doll Entirely From Materials That She Found At Home

According to Gina Wetzel: “Throughout this December, I was busy making my own baby Yoda! I fell in love with it since the first episode of the Mandalorian (which is also one of my favorite shows of 2019!) and immediately started working on this doll. Continue reading »

Couple Made Tiny Baby Yoda Hard Boiled Eggs For A Party

For a Nochebuena (Christmas Eve) party, artist Lissette Carrera assembled an oz of Yoda eggs using what appear to be apple slices for the ears. It looks like spicy hot wasabi, right? Carrera says that her husband wanted to, as a prank, make one egg pure wasabi. Continue reading »

Heres What Baby Yoda Would Look Like As All The Disney Princesses

Disney’s The Mandalorian has turned into a phenomenon, partly because it’s just a great show but also in part because of the adorable Baby Yoda, who has stolen fan’s hearts since he debuted at the end of the first episode. Continue reading »

Invader’s New ‘Star Wars’ Street Art Project Pays Homage To OG Filming Locations

Internationally renowned French artist Invader is back with another set of mosaics. For his latest invasion, the artist unleashed 58 mosaics dedicated to the Star Wars franchise on the Tunisian island of Djerba. Continue reading »

Twelve Parsecs: The Ultimate Star Wars House Is On Airbnb

If you were to plan the ultimate vacation to Disney World’s new Star Wars theme park Galaxy’s Edge, you may as well stay in the ultimate accommodations. The house called Twelve Parsecs by Loma Homes in Orlando is available to rent through Airbnb. It has nine bedrooms with 17 beds, each with a different Star Wars theme. You can sleep in Cloud City, Alderaan, Hoth, Tatooine, Mustafar, Dagobah, Endor, or in one of the spaceships. Continue reading »

This Baby Yoda Plush Was Created By A Russian Artist And Is Being Sold For $220

Even if you’re not that hyped about The Mandalorian series, you still probably have heard about the recent sensation The Child, or as the internet dubbed him, baby Yoda. The adorable creature is basically what the legendary Jedi Master, Yoda, would like if he was just a 50-year-old baby and the Internet is loving it. Seriously, the Child is probably one of the best things from the series. The only thing that people are missing right now is the merchandise. They just have to have baby Yoda! Continue reading »

Cloned Photos: Iconic Images Recreated With Star Wars Figures In Stunning Photo Project By David Eger

In photographer David Eger’s “Cloned Photos” project, he has recreated historical photographs, movie posters, and imagery using Clone Troopers and other Star Wars figures. Continue reading »

Le Creuset Announces Star Wars Line Of Cookware And Just WOW!

Han Solo™ in Carbonite Signature Roaster
“Inspired by a true one-of-a-kind character, Star Wars x Le Creuset’s Han Solo Carbonite Signature Roaster is one-of-a-kind, too—and the first roaster to ever feature a lid. The limited-edition design incorporates a flat lid with a detailed casting of Jabba the Hutt’s favorite decoration: the beloved smuggler suspended in carbonite. And, for the ultimate connection, the lid’s interior has been embossed with the word “France” translated into Aurebesh.”

Yes, this is a roasting pan depicting Han Solo frozen in carbonite. It’s part of a new collection of cookware from French company Le Creuset featuring baking pans of all sorts with Star Wars themes. There’s also a Darth Vader Dutch over, a Death Star trivit, and mini cocottes designed around the various droids. They are also offering a very limited edition Tatooine Dutch oven complete with twin suns! Continue reading »

Awesome Star Wars Fan Art By Tsuneo Sanda, Official Lucasfilm & Disney Artist

Artist Tsuneo Sanda was born in Osaka, Japan. He first came to Tokyo at age 23, and has been there ever since. He lives in a rural, residential town about 20km west of Tokyo with his wife, Sachicko, two sons, Kensaku and Sohei, and Vivian, their American Shorthair cat. Continue reading »

Clever Wraps That Turn Instant Pots Into R2-D2 Or BB-8

The aptly named Instant Wraps creates very cleverly designed, whimsical magnetic coverings for those who may find the stainless steel facade of their Instant Pot Pressure Cookers to be either unsightly or boring. Included among these fun designs are two of the cutest robots within the Star Wars universe, R2-D2 and BB-8. Continue reading »

Take A Look Inside “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” Theme Park At Disneyland

Disneyland has offered a first glimpse of its newest attraction, the “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge” theme park. Visitors can build their own droids and lightsabers, interact with aliens and step into the cockpit of an exact copy of the Millennium Falcon. The interactive experience allows a team of six people to operate the spacecraft.


Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Billy Dee Williams, George Lucas and Bob Iger, Walt Disney’s chief executive, at the new park. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters) Continue reading »

Star Wars Themes Added To Thomas Kinkade Paintings

Artist Jeff Bennett has created ‘Wars On Kincade’, a series of paintings by the late Thomas ‘Painter of Light’ Kinkade with epic Star Wars themes added in. Continue reading »

University Professor Has Redesigned The Zweibrück Observatory In Germany Into R2-D2

Star Wars fans know him, the little droid R2-D2. Through him, friends of space can now look into the stars, more precisely into the Zweibrück starry sky. Continue reading »

Sushi Chef Crafts Awesome Star Wars Veggie Sculptures


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You never want to rely too much on validity of stereotypes, but many Japanese people like to think of themselves as being skilled or crafty with their hands. While you obviously can’t say that about everyone, it’s definitely a required trait of sushi chefs, who must rely on trained and steady hands to make perfectly crafted and cared for sushi. That ability apparently transfers over to their free time, as talented sushi chef Okitsugu Kado has been carving awesome Star Wars vegetable sculptures. Continue reading »