The assault troops of the Galactic Empire are as striking as they are iconic. The signature Stormtrooper white armour has been eclectically redesigned by Luca Ioenscu. Visually intriguing and unique, this item is a must for any Star Wars fan.
An arresting clash of blues and reds portray this empire trooper-turned-rebel in striking form. Adnate's realist style captures the clashing nature of emotions Finn's character struggles with throughout The Last Jedi.
Andrew Fairclough is a Los Angeles- based illustrator. Andrew’s work is inspired by mid-century spot illustrations and design as well as vintage sci-fi, comics, surrealism and DIY art culture. Often working with a restricted colour palette Andrew’s work seeks to hint at the nostalgia and tactility of found art, whilst also creating something completely new.
Justine recently won the Melbourne Tram Art award and her work is currently riding around the city she calls home. Her time is spent merging her art style between illustration and murals, which clearly leaves pixels and paint as her medium of choice. She has recently worked with a range of clients to realise her work including Bartronica, Carlton Dry, GGEZ and The Imperial.
Melbourne-based illustrator Ken Taylor works primarily within the music and movie industry. He is very well known for his limited edition silk-screened movie posters. On this occasion, he throws detail and imagination into his own version of the porgs.