A photography teacher has used 'Star Wars' action figures to recreate film posters, famous paintings, album covers and iconic historical moments. Who says teachers get too much holiday?
Some of our favorites include famous Beatles album 'Abbey Road', depressing Picasso painting 'Guernica' and a recreation of Kate and Wills' wedding kiss on the Buckingham Palace balcony. With Stormtroopers.
The images were created by David Eger, a 30-year-old photography teacher from Milton, Ontario in a project dubbed 'Cloned Photo'. The new pics are a spin-off from his previous '365 Days of Clone' concept which saw him produce a picture every day for a year featuring Clone Trooper figures.
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He explains: "I have been an avid 'Star Wars' fan and collector ever since I can remember. Watching the original trilogy in the back room my aunt's house is something I will not soon forget.
"Once I began creating photographs for my 'Cloned Photos' sub-series, the setups began to take a lot longer; as did the photographic process. They have lasted upwards of four or five hours."