32 Examples of Awesome Star Wars Graffiti

Started in the late 1960s as as a form of expression by political activists and street gangs, graffiti soon emerged to be a cultural pillar of hip hop and is nowadays often used by youngsters to express their ideology, passions. When graffiti meets Star Wars, the whole street is turned into a massive showroom of crazy fandom and impressive artistry. Due to the popularity of Star Wars, Star Wars graffiti can be spotted anywhere. This post presents to you 32 photos of amazing Star Wars graffiti from every corner of the world.

Star Wars Cast Graffiti


Via: Wickedcliche

Spotted on the side of a tattoo shop in Olympia, Washington, this awesome graffiti features many of the most familiar Star Wars characters: Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Yoda, Stormtrooper, Boba Fett, Princess Leia, etc. and here comes Han Solo in carbonite.

Cartoon Star Wars Graffiti


Via: Simon

In the honor of Thtar Wart Day, or Star Wars Day, somebody has created this wicked graffiti of Star Wars characters in cartoon style. May the Forth be with you!

Star Wars Graffiti


Via: Will Pate

This awesome graffiti depicts the epic scene from Star Wars when the Rebel Alliance destroyed the powerful Death Star of the evil Galactic Empire.

Star Wars AT-AT Graffiti

The Imperial walkers  are depicted with their full glories and scariness.


Via: Source




Via: Source


Via: Official Star Wars Blog

Star Wars AT-ST Graffiti


Via: Source

Also an Imperial walker, the AT-ST is often shadowed by its sibling AT-AT. Finally there is one graffiti that does AT-ST justice.

Star Wars Yoda Graffiti

The quirky Jedi master is undoubtedly one of the most memorable and most beloved characters during the whole series. Yoda graffiti celebrates his popularity with the full power of the Force.


Via: Sebastien BERTRAND


Via: PPCC Antifa


Via: Liborius

Star Wars Darth Vader Graffiti

Star Wars wouldn’t be the same without the black mask and the signature wheeze of Darth Vader. The Sith Lord reigns the Dark side of the Force, and now reigns the street with tantalizing Star Wars Darth Vader graffiti.


Via: Liborius


Via: Witness 1


Via: Mragan


Via: Source


Via: Saruken


Via: Silver-Striped-Sky


Via: Taylor-the-Weird


Via: RatherNotSay


Via: Dug_the_bug

Fun AT-ST and AT-AT Graffiti


Via: Source

Darth Vader’s famous phrase “I am your father” is the theme of this fun graffiti. The AT-ST doesn’t look very convinced though.

R2 BBQ Graffiti


Via: Stringberd

R2-D2 was captured by the Imperial army and aww, it was utilized by a stormtrooper to prepare BBQ. It looks pretty tasty.

Party Stormtroopers Graffiti

Who says that stormtroopers are cold-blooded fighters who know nothing better than following Darth Vader’s orders and tracking down the Rebel Alliance? Apparently these stormtroopers are having a lot of fun dancing and party-ing.


Via: Scotch! ©


Via: Scotch! ©

Suited Up Star Wars Graffiti


Via: Source

Stormtrooper, Boba Fett and other formidable Star Wars badasses look pretty decent in business suits.

Boba Fett Graffiti

Despite his limited appearance, Boba Fett still managed to secure a big spot in Star Wars fans’ hearts. No wonder there are so many pieces of graffiti dedicated to the infamous bounty hunter.


Via: 3StepsCrew




Via: Komic531

Star Wars Jabba the Hutt Graffiti


Via: Afkatws

The artist managed to get rid of the nastiness of Jabba the Hutt and make him look quite happy in this awesome graffiti.

Princess Leia Graffiti


Via: Official Star Wars Blog

During Celebration Europe, artists from all over Europe came together to create giant Star Wars-inspired graffiti live. Princess Leia looks dangerously sexy in Clone Wars style.

Han Solo Graffiti


Via: Cmulou

And of course, Princess Leia cannot go without Han Solo. This beautiful graffiti of the reckless mercenary can be seen in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

12 thoughts on “32 Examples of Awesome Star Wars Graffiti

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  2. John .

    Excellent infomation, Chip! I’ve bopokmarkerd your site and I’m looking forward to reading more soon. Keep up the good work.

  3. way to fail .

    That’s not Boba Fett, that’s a clone trooper right under “boba fett”. Way to fail.

  4. DrEnter .

    As good as the pictures are, graffiti was not “started in the late 1960s”… Examples of graffiti can be found in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Graffiti has pretty much been around as long as writing has existed.

  5. Sudrah .

    The picture under the heading “Suited Up Star Wars Graffiti” also references Reservoir Dogs. Just Google Images “Reservoir Dogs”


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