Artist Robert Burden's huge mural dedicated to the Star Wars universe celebrates the galaxy far, far away through a slightly peculiar lens — in it there are over 150 Star Wars characters and vehicles, rendered in their original toy forms from Kenner's classic toyline.
It was also made in eight months! That's how long artist Robert Burden — whose amazing, intricate painting of classic toys are always wonderful to behold — took to create this giant masterpiece of the Autobot leader.
We're enraptured by Robert Burden's tapestry-esque, 10-foot tall painting of Luke and his Tauntaun from Star Wars. And we're even more impressed of the time-lapse video he created showing how this painting was created. Check out this artist's work.
San Francisco artist Robert Burden spent a year — a year — painting his man-sized Voltron pièce de résistance, "Defensor Mundi", and caught the whole process in time-lapse. Sure, the floral theme doesn't inspire much confidence in Voltron's RoBeast-slaying abilities, but the music and painting are a treat. [BoingBoing