Star Wars characters does the Eighties style

 
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1 Sep

2012

Artist Denis Medri gives us his vision on how would several Star Wars characters look like if they were from the Eighties. This series is awesome and Denis, beyond is obvious pencil drawing skills, managed to cleverly transpose two worlds miles apart.

Have a look at the pictures below along with the artist’s comments –

“of course Luke is inspired by Marty McFly form Back to the Future… Leila is the classic 80’s chick…”

Denis Medri's Star Wars | Art-Pie

“Here is Han and Chewbie ,and the Millenium Falcon/Trans AM”

Denis Medri's Star Wars | Art-Pie

“Of course in this new re-design the Droids have to be the classic Nerds… is R2-D2 the East European nerd student that made an experience in USA of course only C-3PO understand his words..”

Denis Medri's Star Wars | Art-Pie

“Yoda is the old sage asian Coach, and Kenobi is the kind history & Literature’s teacher…”

Denis Medri's Star Wars | Art-Pie

“In this my new version of SW , Vader isn’t the Luke’s father, but is the classic bullit of the High School, that try to bring Luke to the “dark side” and been bullit too.. He is the “chief “of a motocross crew of bullit ( like “Karate Kid” or “Lost Kids”) He wear a jacket like Micheal jackson on “Thriller” in a total black look Boba Fett is his “sidekick” wearing his classic 80’s glasses and we have 2 twins that look like Trooper”s style.”

Denis Medri's Star Wars | Art-Pie

“Palpatine is the evil Principal, Jabba the fat bastard Janitor and Tarkin the severe Mathematic-Science’s teacher”

Denis Medri's Star Wars | Art-Pie

Medri is the same artist who brought us Steampunk Spider-Man and Batman Rockabilly.

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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