Star Wars Battleship Crashes by Nicolas Amiard

Jun 19, 2015

Category: Living

Bringing together fantasy worlds with our own usually has amazing results, and Paris-based graphic designer Nicolas Amiard has done just that with his series of enhanced images that blend Star Wars and the real world.

No, the images don’t take place on Tatooine, but instead his series of photos show what it would look like if iconic Star Wars ships were to crash down to our world. His series shows incredibly lifelike scenarios in which various Star Wars ships land in cities like Rio de Janeiro. For example, one of the enhanced photos shows a millennium falcon spaceship colliding into the water surrounding lower Manhattan, New York. Another glorious image depicts a large star destroyer landing in front of Paris’ Eiffel Tower. Glorious.

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