That badass fire-shooting Cadillac baby carriage better watch its rear view mirror because this Podracer baby stroller would make it eat sand at the Boonta Eve Classic on Tatooine.
Similar to Kristina Alexanderson's Stormtrooper portraits, David Eger challenged himself to take a photo every day of Clone Trooper action figures either recreating a historic picture or event for an entire year. Here's history, reinterpreted with a Star Wars twist.
There's nothing like a nice cold iced tea to beat the summer heat. How does the Skywalker family serve out drinks on their moisture farm? With Death Star-shaped ice balls, of course.
Star Wars is a patchwork of historical cues and myths from around the world. Fantasy artist Clinton Felker has explored this concept by creating a series of colorful works that transport characters from the Star Warsiverse into a neon-drenched feudal Japan.
Portland, Oregon just might be the best city ever. Who knew they had a Star Wars vs. Star Trek bike ride? Well, now we do and you know what that means —video of the awesomest bike ride in history.
What would happen if The Matrix, Akira, Ghost In The Shell and Star Wars got together and made a baby? The movie would be a helluva production and its cast would probably look a lot like Sillof's Cyber Wars action figures. This is Star Wars with a '90s sci-fi twist.
Breathe deep, folks! it's going to be okay: Star Wars 1313 is not a Kinect game. At E3 2012, we were shown a behind-closed-doors demo of Star Wars 1313 in action. Here's what we saw.
This is Paul Vermeesch's Star Wars-themed interpretation of M.C. Escher's "Relativity" (with Lego). You can't get much better than this.
It always amazes me how creative Star Wars fans can be. I'm really not sure if there is another franchise that gets as much fan love. Today's masterpieces are Star Wars posters created by the talented Arian Noveir. His technique? Illustrations that look like they were made with paint splatters.
The Millennium Falcon was pulled into the Death Star, leading to odd YouTube videos and a generation wondering if any of this could ever actually happen. Well, scientists have followed through on testing the Bessel beam and now say a tractor beam is a very real possibility for the future.