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Berlin-based illustrator Lap Pun Cheung has created a short series that imagines Star Wars through the eyes of Hayao Miyazaki and Studio Ghibli.
The illustrations depict the galaxy far, far away with the charming and whimsical aesthetic of the Japanese animation studio. For instance, instead of talking inside a high-tech spaceship, Han Solo and the others are huddled around a cosy campfire.
Other design details include the Millennium Falcon turned into a plane, Imperial Star Destroyers as blimps, and Darth Maul wearing a Princess Mononoke mask.
Now if Cheung could only make that horrible ‘The Force Awakens’ death child-friendly, then this would be perfect. You can see more of Lap Pun Cheung and his work here.