Star Wars fans, get your bone folders ready. We’ve compiled the best origami video collection to put your folding skills to the test. You’ll either have new decor for your desktop by the time you’re done watching these videos, or just torn up sheets and nasty some paper cuts.
These Buddha sculptures with heads of famous heroes and villains were crafted by Chris Milnes, an artist and 3D printing enthusiast based in New Jersey. Milnes creates modern religious icons by using the body of the ‘Laughing Buddha’ as the base and adding heads of characters Darth Vader, Yoda, Batman, Ironman, Hulk, Groot, and more.
These illustrations by English artist Andy Fairhurst feature some of the best that pop culture has to offer. Fairhurst does a great job depicting mainstays such as Star Wars, Batman, Transformers and Robocop. The top down illustrations are detailed and the shading of his Batman and Darth Vader are well done.
The Star Wars characters may be from a galaxy far, far away, but that didn’t stop their invasion of Earth in this series by Thomas Dagg. A Canadian photographer who also happens to be a lifelong Star Wars fan, Thomas had a brilliant idea to superimpose characters, creatures, battleships and artifacts from his favorite film series onto his photographs.
With an ode to The Force within him, South Korean designer, Momot, created a league of Stormtrooper collectibles. Any Star Wars fan will love seeing these paper characters ready for their next battle. An expert at paper graphic designs, Momot’s latest characters look quite real, with the help of a little CGI.