Star Wars Becomes Pop Art In Amazing Prints

By Brent McKnight | Updated

Can you ever have too much Star Wars art? From the look of things, the answer to that question is no, there is no such thing as too much.

We’ve seen Star Wars characters come in all forms of art throughout the years. There have been so many interpretations and stylings that it’s almost hard to keep track of. Now these icons of science fiction have been painted in a pop art style, with just a touch of graffiti thrown in for good measure.

The paintings originally came from The Decorium Studio, and you can order most of them in a variety of sizes and on a selection of different materials. Here we have just a few of the highlights.

A New Look For Yoda

This one of Yoda is my personal favorite. The combination of the pose and the color palate creates a finished product that captures the personality of that wise little bugger.

He looks stoic and wise, the two things you expect most from this character. When it comes to Star Wars pop art, this one takes that galactic cake.

Boba Fett

No Star Wars collection would be complete without fan favorite Boba Fett bounty-hunting all over the place.

Here, the colors really pop, and it’s almost like this guy was built for a particular style of artistic representation. It kind of looks like he comes from a different era.

A Cool Stormtrooper

Nor could you get away without a Storm Trooper or two. Here the blaster is what really stands out in the Star Wars pop art. We get a little Jackson Pollock style plaint splattering that almost appears like the gun is squirting some kind of other liquid and not a deathly ray.

Darth Vader

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There are a couple of different takes on Darth Vader. This first one is ghostly, almost dreamy in appearance. This ends up looking like a portrait of the character, coming through your nightmares. Whereas Yoda looks stoic, Darth Vader in this context looks mencaing.

The Millenium Falcon

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The Millenium Falcon gets the Star Wars pop art treatment and we can’t help but think this looks like a 1950s ad for the vehicle. No doubt Han Solo would have loved to have this one hanging on his wall.

And Finally, An X-Wing

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The X-Wing colors stand out much in the same way it happened for Boba Fett. In this way, it gets “lucky” with the original style melding well with this particular medium.