The Daily Life of Darth Vader

Nov 24, 2015

Category: Entertainment

Whenever we see a Darth Vader costume, we want to put it on, pretend to force choke our neighbor once or twice, and then we’re done with the fantasy and go about our day. But Pawel Kadsyz, a designer from Poland, has taken the fantasy a step further by snapping pictures of the Dark Lord of the Sith doing menial, everyday tasks.

In the picture series, Kadsyz has taken pictures of Darth pumping iron, vacuuming, eating pizza, and even playing a ukulele. It’s an ongoing project, and with each day that passes, the designer releases a new picture on his site. It turns out that Vader is actually a pretty normal dude, doing things that we would all do if we had the power of the force, like using it to grab our beer from across the room.

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