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The Last Supper of Star Wars [Images]

An artist named Avinash Aurora has caused a bit of a stir with his picture called "The Last Supper of Star Wars." Not only is it a perfect take on Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper," but it's also made of smaller stills from the movies. 70,448 of them, to be exact. Click the images below to enlarge:
The original

The Star Wars Version

Visit the artist's website to get a version suitable for printing and framing.

[Via Avinash Arora via scene360]
[Image via Wikimedia]
What do you think of the poster? What other classic artwork could be adapted to Star Wars?

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  1. My first thought was where's Lando? And I think we need to have Ackbar there to yell It's a trap!

  2. I think it's funny. Causing a stir? Doesn't offend me. God has a sense of humor after all.

  3. jeremy [retro-zombie]September 4, 2012 at 4:57 AM

    it's wrong... if you let it bother you. so many people let this stuff bother them, they did it so it would get a reaction. isn't that what art is suppose to.

  4. I LOVE IT! I have a "last supper" Transformers one already (found it from an artist at 2011 Botcon) I would love to add this to my collection - I do feel Lando is missing though.

  5. When I said it caused a stir, I just meant a lot of blogs are talking about it. No controversy that I recall

  6. 70k+ stills? Wow. That must have taken a lot of work to put together--it's a really cool image!

  7. It sounds like he used a computer program to assemble the images, Eagle. But it is cool

  8. http://shibamura-prime.deviantart.com/gallery/?offset=168#/d2su2nz this guy does a LOT of transformer stuff - I love it!

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