Have you been wondering what Christmas card you should get your 'Star Wars'-obsessed friend? Well, wonder no longer!
Award-winning New York artist PJ McQuade has the answer.
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When not working for MTV or the SyFy Channel he draws festive 'Star Wars' art, which he then sells as prints and greetings cards.
Intended to be tongue-in-cheek, the cards are more than a little bit creepy. In particular his Christmassy version of Salacious B. Crumb, the cackling creature best known for sitting on Jabba The Hutt's lap.
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Other creepy cards include a lingering portrait drawing of Lando Calrissian, Chewbacca as a red-nosed reindeer (looking quite annoyed) and bounty hunter Bossk looking jolly.
The best card, which is actually quite cute, is of a Tauntaun catching snowflakes on his tongue.
To look at the cards, click the images on the left.
If you're interested in PJ McQuade's non-'Star Wars' work, take a look at his blog.