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The Death Star II Blueprint Is the Last 'Star Wars' Poster You'll Ever Need

More detail than you’ll be able to handle.

French graphic designer Carlos Pardo presents the ultimate Star Wars fan’s wall art; the blueprints to the Death Star II. Built after the destruction of the first Death Star at the Battle of Yavin, the schematics for the galactic battlestation is perfectly plotted onto this A1-sized poster, set on 170 gram coated premium paper and 4-color (CMYK) offset printed with a UV protective layer. The posters, which reportedly took two years and over 400 hours of labor to create, will come signed, numbered and embossed with a seal of authenticity to ensure it’s not a cheap print. Check out the Kickstarter video and back this project now before Star Wars: The Force Awakens arrives in theaters December 18.

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