A Collection of Vintage Star Wars Tourism Posters

This is a series of vintage travel posters from the Star Wars universe by graphic designer Steve Thomas. In a ’60-ish style, he lists all the exotic locales you can travel to, and how you can ride in style when you get there.

Some are cooler concepts than others. I’d love to speed across the galaxy in a Star Destroyer, but probably not so much crawl across the desert in a hot windowless Sandcrawler. But hey, there’s a market for everything.

Check out the rest of the posters below, and head over to Steve Thomas’ official site for more cool stuff.

[via Geekologie]


  • A parsec is a measure of distance, not time.

  • illeaturfamily

    colin you’ve missed the reference by more than 12 parsecs.

  • Slim Shady

    the last one is AWESOME!!!

  • John

    Apparently Colin doesn’t understand the Kessel Run. Yes, the parsec is a measure of distance. And that description is accurate. The Kessel Run was run through a route that is normal 18 parsecs dues to the unsafe nature of the Maw… a nebula with sensor dampening fields, asteroid fields and black holes to say the least. Han Solo took less safe routes by flying through the fields and closer to black holes that many viewed as unsafe, but that cut his route distance to less than 12 parsecs travelled.

    Star Wars is more than 3 good movies and 3 crappy movies…there are a whole set of novels to go along with it.

  • @John
    uuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhh………can you say uebernerd?