We can never get enough of Star Wars – geeks’ favorite science fiction franchise and steampunk – geeks’ favorite form of art. And the combination of these two will simply leave us in awe. The galaxy far far away in an undefined future is brought back to the the Victorian era with added sense of antiquity of steampunk creations. You don’t have to be a crazy Star Wars fan to appreciate 37 wonderful steampunk Star Wars artworks below.
Steampunk Star Wars Figurines
Sillof, an artisan famous for many other Star Wars works with Wild West or Samurai themes, has introduced a collection of steampunk Star Wars figurines. Each character was re-designed to make the collection stand out of the already-over-crowded pool of Star Wars creations, yet enough features were kept to remain the authenticity.
Bjorn Hurri’s Steampunk Star Wars Illusions
Bjorn Hurri has spent an enormous amount of his time to draw these amazing renditions of Star Wars characters with steampunk theme. There is Han Solo, C-3PO, Yoda, Princess Leia, Boba Fett, Stormtrooper, Luke Skywalker and of course, Chewie.
Eric Poulton’s Steampunk Star Wars Art
Via: Where is My Eyeball
Here comes another stunning collection of steampunk Star Wars pictures from a die hard Star Wars fan and a super talented artist: Eric Poulton. Star Wars characters were cleverly modified to look as if they were really living in Victorian era when everything happened on an appealing black and white background.
CG Society Steampunk Star Wars Art
A Star Wars steampunk contest among CG Society members saw a large number of beautiful steampunk Star Wars artworks.
Steampunk Darth Vader Mask
Via: Star Wars Blog
A guy bought a Don Post plastic helmet from Disney World 14 years ago, and recently decided to turn it into a striking Darth Vader mask. He carved out detail to make the helmet look like brass plate and added several tacks to simulate rivets which overall gives it a steampunk look.
Steampunk Stormtrooper Helmet
Inspired by the helmet that the Stormtrooper soldier wears in Star Wars, Brian Rood’s steampunk helmet is more than just a science fiction themed creation but a true piece of art.
Red Dog 3 Steampunk Stormtrooper Helmet
Lawrence Noble and Shane Curran teamed up to create such an amazing steampunk masterpiece that can make any Star Wars fan go crazy from the first look. Called Red Dog-3, the helmet was made with copper, leather, plastic, brass, black walnut and even real hair for a scary and outlandish look.
Steampunk Stormtrooper and Boba Fett
Steampunk Star Wars go mainstream as a stunning steampunk replica of Stormtrooper and Boba Fett was spotted in gallery Al Jabber in Dubai.
Steampunk Boba Fett Costume
Boba Fett the bounty hunter was hunting for nothing other than compliments from Steampunk World’s Fair visitors. The Boba Fett costume was crafted meticulously to every detail. The only thing to complain here is the added goggles on the helmet, but Boba Fett needs to see to.
Steampunk Metal Yoda
Yoda is small, but don’t take him light. The legendary Jedi master looks powerful from every angle thanks to his heavily metallic body created by YumiModal, a small business located in Bangkok Thailand.
It seems like somebody just added a bunch of brass to a classic wooden barrel, and somehow the result turned out to be an ultra cool steampunk artwork that resembles the droid R2-D2 from Star Wars we all know and love.
Steampunk R2-D2 2
I-Wei Huang has built a steampunk model of R2-D2 that features the head of the droid and the legs of a robot from Transformers. OK, I-Wei might not have Transformers in mind when he was working on this, but his legs do look like those of Big Red.
Graflex 3 Cell Steampunk Lightsaber
Made out of steel, solid brushed brass and completed with a leather grip, the Graflex 3 Cell Lightsaber is a wonderful combination of the spirit of the Force and the artistry of steampunk.
Akdksvr’s steampunk lightsaber is a perfect replica of the original Jedi’s lightsaber. It’s about the same length of Obi-Wan’s lightsaber, and it comes with a blue Force crystal.
Steampunk Lego Imperial Walker
Via: Civil Servant
Built by Monster Brick for a Star Wars contest, the Imperial Walker brings Legos and steampunk together in a creation that looks more like an elephant than an Empire’s vehicle.
Steampunk Lego Ship
Via: Steampunk Invention
Simply amazing. This steampunk Lego ship can make the most fastidious Star Wars fan speechless. Awesomeness at its best!
Steampunk Lego Naboo Starfighter
Steampunk, Lego and Star Wars meet again in this amazing steampunk Lego Star Wars Naboo starfighter.