We Need Dakota Randall’s Homage To Star Wars On Our Walls!

Let’s face it, if you are like us, you can never get enough Star Wars.  Death Star Waffle makers, Hoth ice cube trays, Tauntaun sleeping bags and the list goes on and on and on.  Now enter Dakota Randall.  Dakota is a freelance artist based out of Portland, OR who has Dakota+Randall+Art+Logo+(Pink)spent the better part of a decade honing his craft, and working on a multitude of projects ranging from digital imagery, movie poster design, and graphic design projects both commercial and creative. 

He has just revealed a full set of posters based off the Star Wars films and, you probably have already guessed, we need them for our walls.  Our cluttered, jam packed walls, NEED these prints.  They are Star Wars based and they are GLORIOUS!

Dakota has chosen memorable scenes from each of the films and highlighted them within a key word from the title of the film.  The end result is a collection of pure awesomeness from a galaxy far, far away.

The Phantom Menace (darker).jpg

Attack of the Clones.jpg

Revenge of the Sith.jpg

Rogue OneRogue One (Vader)

A New Hope (Leia)A New Hope (Luke)

The Empire Strikes Back (HAN)The Empire Strikes Back (Luke)

Return of the Jedi (Falcon)Return of the Jedi (Luke)

The Force Awakens (Kylo Han)The Force Awakens

The Last Jedi (Luke)The Last Jedi

Follow Dakota on his social feeds and keep your fingers crossed that these become available.  When they do, get in line behind us!

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