This unique three-piece typographical art print set features the images from the original Star Wars trilogy, formed with every line of dialogue from each film.
Each piece, on which younger eyes will find each word clearly legible at a close distance, is a great conversation starter and a perfect addition to any film, entertainment, science fiction, or pop culture art collection.
This three-piece collection represents a 10% discount over purchasing each piece separately. All three pieces are designed to look great next to each other, using the color scheme from the THX remastered VHSes of the 1990's. Or, keep your favorite and gift the other two to your favorite nerf herders!
It is really difficult to overstate the influence the original Star Wars trilogy has had on popular culture; the films inspired thousands of young minds that later went on to shape today's entertainment industry. Thousands of people claim "Jedi" when asked to fill in their religion every time there is a census. The films still stand up 30+ years later and will continue to send new viewers to a long time ago, in a galaxy far far away.
Some fun facts about Star Wars:
• Kenner Toys signed on for the merchandising shortly before Star Wars opened, although they did not believe the movie would be a hit. When Star Wars exploded, they were unprepared to handle the demand for Christmas. Instead, they sold boxed vouchers for various toys. The toys sold in December were not delivered until the following March.
• Kurt Russell, Nick Nolte, Christopher Walken, Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino, Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, Bill Murray and Perry King were all candidates for the role of Han Solo.
• When 20th Century Fox attempted to distribute the film in the U.S., fewer than 40 theaters agreed to show it. As a solution, Fox threatened that any cinema that refused to show Star Wars would not be given the rights to screen the potential blockbuster The Other Side of Midnight (which ended up grossing less than 10% of what Star Wars did).
• Anthony Daniels who played the physical form of C3PO, was not meant to play the C3P0's voice, since his character was supposed to be like a "used-car salesman". However, George Lucas was won over by the charisma of Daniels' reading of the part as a "snooty British butler" and so Daniels has done the voice for C3PO ever since.
Image Size: 10x10" each
Framed Size: 12x12" each
Medium: Digital Art Print on Kodak Professional Supra Endura VC Digital Paper
Image Created: 2009
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