The Arts section of The New York Times has an interesting article about an artist we've covered before, Cédric Delsaux, whose unique Star Wars art mixes our world with that galaxy far, far away. The art series, called "Dark Lens," was recently collected in a book, and the pieces will be on display in the Netherlands, Russia, Hong Kong and France next year.
Here's a nice paragraph summarizing the reaction to Delsaux's work:
The “Dark Lens” series has been well received by critics, and the first part, set in Paris, received a French photography award, a Bourse du Talent, in 2005. “Star Wars” fans too have reacted positively, including the movies’ No. 1 fan, Mr. Lucas himself. “One of the most unique and intriguing interpretations that I have seen is in the work of Cédric Delsaux, who has cleverly integrated ‘Star Wars’ characters and vehicles into stark urban, industrial — but unmistakably earthbound — environments,” Mr. Lucas writes in a brief introduction to the “Dark Lens” book.
You can read more of the New York Times piece on Delsaux and "Dark Lens" right here.
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