CNN is taking a look at the impressive urban "Star Wars meets the city" photos created by artist Cedric Delsaux. The article features a slideshow with nine such photos and also includes a Q&A with Delsaux where he talks about the process of creating these images and the reaction he has received from George Lucas himself.
Here's an excerpt:
Cedric Delsaux, who has already made a name for himself juxtaposing iconic images from the classic Star Wars films into locations on earth, has turned to the Middle Eastern metropolis in a recent project.
"Dark Lens: Dubai Invasion" uses the fast-developing city's vast building sites and urban desert as reimagined backdrop to a playful new chapter in George Lucas' "Star Wars" saga.
Some of these images have been around for a while, but the interview has some interesting tidbits and it's worth reading if you're a fan of Delsaux's work.
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