Star Wars superfans redesign the newest classic

Star Wars superfans from across the globe have responded to the newest release in the franchise with gusto. The movie hasn’t even been released yet and the internet is already awash in iconographic representations, in a variety of design styles.

From 8-bit to intricate schematics, take a look through some of the best of fan representations of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

Patrick Seymour
Michael Myers

Have you seen any other amazing takes on The Force Awakens? Links in the comments, please!

The author

Kaitlyn Ellison
Kaitlyn Ellison

Kaitlyn is part of the Community Team at She grew up in Boulder, CO and went to school at Northwestern University in Chicago. When she's not blogging, she spends her time having adventures and being generally creative. She's all about having new experiences as often as possible!

Related articles

31 horror movie posters so good it’s scary

31 horror movie posters so good it’s scary

Horror movies have been around for about 120 years. Things have changed since Georges Méliès’s The Haunted Castle (although maybe not that much), not just with the movies themselves, but with the way they’re advertised, too. Movie posters (usually featuring what’s known as “key art,” the singular image that is the foundation for a movie’s…

The evolution of the dad brand

The evolution of the dad brand

Believe it or not, Father’s Day is still relatively new. The first presidential proclamation honoring fathers wasn’t issued until 1966, and it took another six years before Father’s Day became an official national holiday. In comparison to Mother’s Day, which was conceptualized in 1908 and made permanent in 1914, Father’s Day has historically fallen a…

Current Design Contests

Designers, check out these contests so you can start building your career.