This wonderful piece is by James Hance and shows what life for our favorite Jedi/Princess and Smuggler might be like as they move into their golden years and get animated by Pixar. It is an adorable salute to both Star Wars and Up and I think I might want it for my wall. Luckily prints are available. If you like Star Wars characters in love you might also want to check out his Little Rebels piece.
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What if… Walt Disney produced “Up” in the 1960s?
Ah, the swinging 60s. It was a time when films were dominated by flying automobiles and flying nannies. It was also a time when live-action Disney films flourished and spawned such hits as “The Love Bug”, “The Absent-Minded Professor”, and “The Monkey’s Uncle”. In an alternate reality, this era also saw the production of the high-flying adventure-comedy, “Up!”. Starring Spencer Tracy and Kirk Douglas, “Up!” followed the oddball escapades of the elderly widower, Carl Fredricksen, and his earnest band of misfits as they traveled through the wilds of South America. Produced two decades after “Saludos Amigos” and “The Three Caballeros”, the film continued the Disney tradition of telling stories set against Latin American backdrops.
To celebrate the release of the upcoming Pixar’s Up! They have released these awesome images of retro travel posters. Order your copy and enjoy the posters, they make great desktop wallpaper.
If you like movies, odds are you like Pixar. If you love Pixar, you will love this Up – Limited Edition Luxo Jr. Collectible Lamp Pack. That’s right, now when you are watching your favorite Pixar movie, you could be watching it under watchful and benevolent light of the Pixar mascot, Luxo Jr. Now why would you want a limited edition adjustable toy lamp? Because its a lamp! How often in your life are you going to see a great movie bundled with a toy lamp? This is groundbreaking.
Pre-order the Up – Limited Edition Luxo Jr. Collectible Lamp Pack