Just when you thought Star Wars tribute art had permeated every possible medium — here comes the Star Wars ukiyo-e Japanese woodblock print series. The project is nearly 800% funded on a Japanese crowdfunding site Makuake.com.
The artists have released three images of completed, fully-licensed prints. The real things will set you back 54,000 yen ($434) apiece:
Ukiyo-e is a style of printmaking popular in Japan from the 17th through 19th centuries. The two most famous ukiyo-e artists were the landscape artists Hokusai and Hiroshige, although the technique was also used for elegant portraiture and busy scenes of samurai valor.