10 Awesome Stormtrooper Helmet Makeovers

Because people know being a stormtrooper is boring, including the dull, white armor, it’s good that artists around the world contribute from their time and talent to make death stars and Imperial outposts a more colorful place by doing something cool with the helmets.

A Glimmer of New Hope by Andrew Ainsworth

Andrew Ainsworth, A glimmer of new hope, 2013

Shiny, yet deadly, and looks more like a pilot’s helmet than anything else.

Crochet Vader by Joana Vasconcelos

Joana Vasconcelos, Crochet Vader

Feels wrong just looking at it.

The Helmet by David Bailey

Helmet by David Bailey

Don’t know if this is a hinting at Bob Marley, or possibly Willy Wonka?

Mud Trooper by Paul Fryer

Paul Fryer, Mud Trooper

When they first came up with the Stormtrooper helmet, they probably encountered this creature in the far regions of the galaxy, and decided his head was a great prototype.

May the Fork be With You by Hayden Kays

Hayden Kays, May the fork be with you

Some stormtroopers only wanted to be farmers, but instead got caught up in the war between the Empire and the Republic.

The iPod Invader by Yinka Shonibare

Yinka Shonibare, iPod Invader, 2013

Kinda messy, but also reminds me of the witch’s house in Hanzel & Gretel.

The Peace Maker by Antony Micallef

Antony Micallef, Peace Maker

Look likes something my wife would use as a bed sheet.

StormOffSki by Ben Moore

Ben Moore, StormOffSki

Is that snow or diamonds?

The Wrong Colored Zebra by Inkie

Helmet by Inkie

Somewhere in the world, I’m sure there’s a zebra that’s rubbed off a flamingo and a tiger together.

The Talladega Trooper by Mr. Brainwash

Helmet by Mr Brainwash

If the Empire had a Nascar team, this would be the helmet.

The work was made for the Art Wars exhibition.

For more Stormtroopers awesomeness, either check out the gallery describing a day in the life of a Stormtrooper, or this quite sassy Stormtrooper art post.

Via: The Guardian

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