Benicia, California-based One House Bakery has a way with dough. The mother-daughter duo who own the bakery, Hannalee Pervan and Catherine Pervan, have recently revealed a monumental bread sculpture inspired by an iconic movie scene. Their creation is called Pan Solo, and it's a 6-foot-tall recreation of Han Solo frozen in carbonite as seen in the 1980 film Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back.
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The first energetic notes of the Star Wars theme song are instantly recognizable, but odds are you’ve never heard them performed on the acoustic guitar. That is, until now. The Italian guitar quartet 40 Fingers performed an incredible acoustic cover of the iconic film score live to an empty theater during the first lockdown of the pandemic in 2020. And the talented musicians recently streamed a recording of the mind-blowing live performance.
Ever wish you could explore a Star Wars spaceship, practice wielding a lightsaber, or learn to play Sabacc?
Turkish artist Naci Caba creates fantastical artworks based on science fiction.
The Millennium Falcon has inspired many Star Wars fans to recreate the iconic spaceship in their own medium, from a LEGO replica to an epic cake. But just when we thought we’d seen it all, Italian artist Leonardo Ugolini surprises us with his incredibly detailed Millennium Falcon sand sculpture. Ugolini recently shared a video online, revealing the steps he took to create his Millennium Falcon from sand.
During the Clone Wars of the Star Wars franchise, the AT-AT combat vehicle (All Terrain Armored Transport)
Using tiny figurines and everyday objects, Japanese artist Tanaka Tatsuya creates playful scaled-down scenes for his ongoing series titled Miniature Calendar.
An Australian artist known as scadarts (aka mandal0re) creates stately portraits of characters from pop culture with a distinct twist. Each digital collage features the figure donning military attire and posing for a style of portrait formerly reserved for royalty. The images have a historical feel with a muted palette, strong lighting, and tempered brushstrokes that recall the work of the famed painter Caravaggio.
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The Child, affectionately known as “Baby Yoda,” is probably the cutest sci-fi character ever.