'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Art Show in Tokyo Displays The "Transcendence of Culture"

Complete with a life-sized stormtrooper multi-body display.

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Prior to the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, a Star Wars: The Last Jedi art show is taking place in the Harajuku district of Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan. Located at the VACANT art gallery, the exhibition includes pieces by hair stylist/makeup artist Katsuya Kamo, chandelier artist Kim Sung, illustrator Yu Nagaba, collage artist/graphic designer Kosuke Kawamura, pottery artist Ryota Aoki, and painter/calligraphist artist USUGROW.

In addition, stylist Lambda Takahashi, who has worked with Yoshirotten, Pigalle and provided artwork for Japanese rapper KOHH will also have illustrations featuring Mt. Omuro at the event as well. Admission to the exhibition is free until October 15, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi releases December 15, check out the newest trailer.

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