One of the most familiar forms of the Art Deco style is travel posters. Nothing says being a cool fancy pants than seeing some great poster advertising a cruise on the Mediterranean or having some big train in it and deciding to go there with your flapper girlfriend. So someone decided to take that style and apply it to the Star Wars Universe. You could do a lot worse than ordering some prints of them. Thanks, artist Steve Thomas!
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These are fucking badass! How come I’m just seeing this?!?!?
Flappers are awesome.
These are cool as f***. I need to speed up my move to a bigger place so I can have a “Star Wars room” to fill with these.
The color palette seems more Tintin than Art Deco
I don’t know what that means,l because that comic book is 100
René Vincent, the Art Deco designer, influenced Hergé quite a bit but he combined that with Chinese and Japanese styles and became Hergé’s signature ligne claire (Clear Line) and nobody much cares so I …100