SR Pick: Famous Corporate Logos Get Star Wars-Themed

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 2nd, 2013 at 5:53 am,

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There is an unbridled amount of Star Wars fan art on the Internet. However, the latest discovery comes in the form of popular corporate logos taken over by the space opera motif. The best part about it? You can buy these for your wall.

Barn Bocock has created 12 crisp new additions to corporate America by merging the Rebel Alliance or the Dark Side with famous logos that we see every day.

You can own any of the pieces for just $15, but the prices vary depending on the size of the print you want. Usually these types of fan artwork run closer to $100 – so it’s a great offer for some unique art.

Frankly, the Jedi and Master Yoda credit cards need to exist in real life. I wouldn’t be surprised if the Jedi-themed Nike logos become a reality in the near future – during some special cross-promotion offer for kids shoes – maybe around the time of the saga’s 3D theatrical rerelease or arrival on Blu-ray.

Check out a few of our favorites below, then head over to Society 6 for the rest:

Jedi Star Wars fan art SR Pick: Famous Corporate Logos Get Star Wars Themed

Jedi MasterYoda Star Wars fan art SR Pick: Famous Corporate Logos Get Star Wars Themed

Jabba The Hut Star Wars fan art SR Pick: Famous Corporate Logos Get Star Wars Themed

In addition to buying a print, the designs are available as iPhone covers, computer covers and stretched canvasses. It’s a great deal for some one-of-a-kind art.

The website these images are hosted on includes some other awesome fan artwork for purchase, so check it out the other artists and share your favorites in the comment section below.

Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace rereleases on the big screen, this time in 3D, on February 10th 2012.

The Star Wars: Complete Saga Blu-rays will arrive on September 12 internationally and on September 16 in North America.

Source: Society 6 [via The Awesomer]

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  1. Hilarious. Especially the Jabba The Hutt one…

  2. Hilarious… Naaaah… Amusing maybe ;)
    Seriously, im bit tired of the whole star wars bruhaha, i like the movies, and all creditt to mr Lucas for milking the cow… …but i feel the bitter taste of puss in the milk now(to continue the metafore), so im not buying it any more…

    • I agree. They’re amusing, bring a knowing smirk to my face, but they’re just more product placement on two levels.

    • Really? There’s even haters for fun little pictures? I swear some people just like to complain

      • Dont feel like a hater, and this isnt exactly rocket science, or that new in the art scene, and as i already said i found it amusing(which was really just a comment to scapegoat who found it “hilarious”, which i find to be the strongest form of funny, which amusing then again is a bit less then lol)
        Anyway, not trashing, just another personal art opinion;)
        and if every opinion that differs from the norm (or your norm) is a hater in your book, i guess you could benefitt seeing the world a bit… …and hey traveling is a real funny hobby, and i highly recommend it :) (and no im not saying you havent been around the block, i say you maybe should try going arround different blocks ;). Maybe the URL could be some help, if your like me, i am a low level worker)

  3. Excellent! I love it when someone puts their creativity to good use

  4. Random-Thought you might like this:
    Cello Wars