Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Iconic Images Recreated With Clone Troopers (And Other Star Wars Characters) Of The Day

These are terrific.


"Photographer David Eger has taken the idea of playing with your action figures to a whole new level. In his project called 365 Days of Clones, he took a picture of clone troopers in a different pose every day for a year. Sometimes they were just random poses, but other times they were recreated iconic images of everything from World War II to the Beatles. He’s currently working on a new project called 52 Weeks of Star Wars that runs through the end of this year."

See more here.











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7 comments:

  1. These are really cool! I like the World War 2/VJ Day kiss in Times Square.

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  2. These are so many kinds of awesome and win I don't even know what else to say. Other than I wish I was that creative!

    Of course, as an artist, his take on Da Vinci's "Vitruvian Man" is my favorite :D.

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  3. Well done. Excellent attention to detail. Interesting that they are easy to identify, with nothing more than the accurate placement. The Queen album cover is a great example of that.

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  4. Who else is digging that dude used Darth Vader for Yoko Ono on the Rolling Stone cover? ;)

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  5. Me Margie! The Yoko/Vader is my fave.

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