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These 'Star Wars' Spaceship Posters Are Graphic Design Masterpieces

The attention to detail for each is stunning.

Artist Dean Robert Smith releases a new series of posters using his tried-and-true graphic design techniques, this time encapsulating the spaceships of Star Wars. Each poster showcases frontal and aerial views of four iconic spacecrafts: X-Wing Starfighter, Tie Fighter Advanced, Millennium Falcon and even the Death Star, using digital orange outline and inner detailing, laid upon a solid white A3-sized base. Purchase your favorite vehicle now over at Smith’s site, with each poster limited to 75 prints only and price at approximately $25 USD.

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