Feb 10 2011

Bjorn Hurri’s Steampunk Star Wars

Published by at 11:30 am under Images,Movies

So we’ve seen a decent amount of Steampunk Star Wars visions before, but none by someone named Bjorn Hurri, who with that name is more qualified to do steampunk than anyone else. It just fits.

Anyway, he has an ongoing work-in-progress collection of Star Wars characters rendered in this style which you can see above and below. His Leia is quite cute, but he’s also got Boba Fett, C-3P0, Yoda, Jabba, Jawas and a Stormtrooper on deck.

Check out the rest of his (her?) work below:





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12 responses so far

  • Guy Incognito

    The Stormtrooper just looks like the artist has been playing too much Fallout 3.

  • Drester

    Leia looks pretty awesome, but who’s 3CPO?

  • http://www.archollective.com illeaturfamily

    Part of me wishes this is what the actual Star Wars characters were like. George Lucas makes everything so fluffy and kid-friendly. The whole series could use a darker, uglier, more intense reboot.

  • Guy Incognito

    Good catch Drester.

  • Javier

    all very cool but Jabba doesn’t look that well so humanized

  • http://www.itismovie.mn/ mn

    its look like

  • TF

    Cool. But Jabba is the Hutt, not the Hut. Two t’s.

  • http://www.gorgeousworld.net/ Mark

    Part of me wishes this is what the actual Star Wars characters were like. George Lucas makes everything so fluffy and kid-friendly. The whole series could use a darker, uglier, more intense reboot.

  • Janne

    It’s a guy. And I’d bet Finnish… Bjorn being a Swedish male name, hurri a Finnish slang word for a swede…

  • http://tinyurl.com/yka8gnk Logo Design

    The 3rd robot is just mechanically awesome.

  • http://www.abcirclereview.org/ Bully

    I am a fan of Starwars and thus I like this post. This is just awesome

  • http://www.sextoysdiva.com/ Ride

    This is going to rock and I am sure of this. The robot look cool.

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