So we all know that Star Wars fans are pretty serious about their passion right? We can talk for hours on how they discuess possible fan theories and argue about certain topics such as which of the movies is the best or worst and which scene made or break the movie. One of these passions is to create fan art, Star Wars Fan Art is known to be very cool again because of the amount of passion the fans have for their brand, and this post is going to feature one very cool lady creating mind bending shadow artworks from just about anything. She’s called Red Hong Yi and she features some of the movie’s most popular characters like Darth Vader, Yoda, and Chewbacca. The items she use to create these shadow fan art are an eclectic mix from aluminum foil and cardboard cards to feathers and even chocolate cookies. MmMmMm….cookies.
When Red starts to align these materials on thin, long wires, you don’t really get what she’s doing. However, everything becomes clear when she points a single light from a lamp in just the right angle behind the ” messy ” and unorganized fabrics and food illuminating the final picture on the white wall. Portraits like R2D2, Princess Leia and a stormtrooper can be seen appearing out of thin air with the help of these suspended wire elements. Take a look at the pictures below to see all of her Star Wars Fan Art gallery and don’t forget to visit her Instagram profile for more.
R2D2 is made from cut GTX Titan Graphic Card
Yoda has been created using tree branches and leaves
Colorful feathers create the stunning Chewbacca shadow art – this is an amazing piece of Star Wars Fan Art
Darth Vader is portrayed through pieces of aluminum foil
Small chunks of white cotton makes this cool stormtrooper come to life
Princess Leia is made from Red’s old jeans
And the Star Wars Logo is made from pieces of sprinkled chocolate cookies