The Star Wars Reflections Collection

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Readers of HiConsumption already know that we are huge fans of Star Wars. After compiling the ultimate Star Wars gift guide last week, we received several emails over the weekend from some of our readers pointing out some great products that were contenders for the product guide.

One of our personal favorites was The Star Wars “Reflections” Collection. Created by Atlanta based artist Christian Waggoner, the series sees highly detailed illustrations of characters from the Star Wars universe, but it’s in the reflections where this series sets itself apart from other art collections we’ve featured. If you look closely at the visor for Boba Fett, you will see the reflection of Han Solo being frozen in carbonite. Darth Vader’s reflection showcases his lightsaber duel with Obi-Wan Kenobi, R2-D2 shows Princess Leia recording her “Help Me Obi-Wan” message, and several other characters are seen with famous reflections in their eyes and visors as well. The prints are limited edition, available in canvas and framed versions, are individually numbered, and even come signed by the artist himself. [Purchase]

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