I’ve been avoiding spoilers for the new Star Wars movie like the plague, so believe me… these are spoiler free and cool as a Hoth port-a-potty.
You could make a gallery show out of these pictures. Before Star Wars was ready to go before the cameras, artists rendered the thoughts of George Lucas on to canvases and gave birth to the icons we know and love today.
By no means am I saying that the prequels are great films, but an age-old argument about them, the “they’re nothing but green screens and CGI argument, paints an unfair and ill-informed picture of the talented effects team that brought these flawed films to life.
Before you needed a computer programmer to create amazing landscapes for movies, all you needed was a sheet of glass and a talented artist to…
Every saga has a beginning and, in this case, it’s not the prequels, it’s this very early concept art by Colin Cantwell that, for the first time, visualized the X-Wing, the Millennium Falcon, and Star Destroyers. Although the final products differed a hell of a lot, these concepts are nonetheless fascinating and beautiful.
This precious collection of rare close-ups of the ships used in the original Star Wars Trilogy gives us a glimpse into the great effort and detail that went into assembling them and shooting them.
This is a collection of behind the scenes pictures taken and gathered by Peter Mayhew, who played Chewbacca in the Star Wars movies. Looks like it was a fun place to work.
Star Wars is a bona fide classic on all front, so when a treasure trove of rare and precious pictures resurface, of course we’re going to display them!
We’ve shown you pictures of the making of The Empire Strikes Back before, but we’ve come across a treasure trove of pictures from the movie that we hope you’ll love.
These illustrations from the book “Darth Vader and Son” written and illustrated by Jeffrey Brown, show us that Darth Vader could have been a good father if Yoda and Obi Wan hadn’t been such dicks.