The Mantuitive Commissary is a one stop shop for the everything a guy might be interested in. Think of it like a buffet line, where if you see an item you like you can pig out on it till your heart's content. Today's commissary special: a mashup of Star Wars inspired creations littered across the internet. Hope you Enjoy.
The fascination with Star Wars in our culture continues to amaze as over the years fans have contributed their own works to the lexicon of the Star Wars Universe. Consider the art of Olly Moss and his re-imagining of the original Stars Posters.
Star Wars is truly a world wide phenomenon and city streets are as good a place as any to express the obsession. If you're a fan of R2D2 mailboxes or building side light sabre battles, then check out more of this amazing collection of Star Wars related graffiti.
Ever realize that the sound of tie fighters was actually the the altered bellowing of an elephant or that the laser blast effects are recorded from hitting a hammer on the an antenna tower guy wire? Or how about that Wookie voices were composed of walrus noises and other bits of animal sounds (actually, you probably could've guessed that). If you're interested here's a fantastic archive of Star Wars related sound info. If you're a sound buff or just insanely fascinated by the minutia of the how these films were made, this is a must read.
You know that urge you get to make Star Wars origami? Well here's the guide you've been looking for. And if that doesn't tickle your fancy, how about some sweet action figures with a 1940's inspired Star Wars design. Humphrey Bogart as Han Solo anyone?
If you're looking for more Star Wars wearables maybe you need some new shoes. Who knew that Adidas had an entire line of Star Wars related kicks?
You probably didn't realize that somewhere on the internet, you know just lying around, was a complete set of blue prints to everything Star Wars, but there is.
Then of course there are the all the parodies that have been made over the years. Troopers is an excellent example. An oldie but a goodie.
Then there is the Chad Vader series.
And just for good measure here's Boba Fett playing the accordion (the Lost Woods theme from Zelda)
But for as many quality vids as there are floating around out there we still find perhaps the most disturbing video is actually something commissioned (or at least agreed to) by George Lucas. Click ahead... if you dare.
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