Victorian Star Wars Portraits By Greg Peltz

Jan 23, 2019

Category: Living

Would the Star Wars universe have been as magical if it had been set in the Victorian era? Say London, 1850? Well, let’s find out. The first step is admiring these portraits from the masterful hands of artist Greg Peltz.

There’s R2-D2 resting his pipe in his little robot arm; C-3PO rockin’ the bow tie and bowler hat; a bespectacled Chewbacca ready to assist Sir Han or gurgle “Cheerio!” in Wookiese; Jabba the Hutt with his Movember-ready facial hair; and Boba Fett, looking like the most gentlemanly bounty hunter in the universe. See what a simple top hat does for ya? Each framed canvas portrait is 9″ x 13″, comes hand-numbered, and features a Certificate of Authenticity. You can purchase any of the prints through the KULT Studio online store for a limited time.

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