A Star Wars Pizza Party and Grand Photoshoot

Needless to say, a lot of Star Wars stuff comes across my desk (errr screen) in this line of work, so it takes a lot for something to stand out.

But that’s just what happened with this massive photoshoot by Robin Cook.She and her cool, tattooed friends got their hands on a bunch of Star Wars costumes and decided to do a pretty epic photoshoot that shows an alternative take on the Star Wars universe.

In between shooting, they had a pizza party which you can see above, and it serves as a kind of “Last Supper” set-up for the group, with the addition of far more armor and girls in slave bikinis. I think the original Last Supper could have benefitted from more of both.

That picture is just the tip of the iceberg, and if you want to see more, check out the full gallery you can click through below.

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  1. Why do they all look so miserable? Why go through all that trouble to stage such a cool “party” and then make everyone so dour? Where’s the joy? What a waste…

  2. I really enjoyed these pics, im a huge star wars fan and i love when people put their own spin on things. If Im not mistaken the female storm trooper (dark hair) is at the very least a seamstress (note the scissors tattooed on her left inner upper arm). Clearly some of these costumes were homemade, but not in a bad way. In a loving, uber fan way. They went to all this trouble to shoot tons of pics and post them. The last supper pizza party is hilarious (tusken raiders are like the weird uncle of the bunch). The only thing that was off putting, the only thing i can really gripe about but that really draws my attention away is the female storm trooper wearing jeans, albeit skinny jeans. Maybe because Im a girl I notice things like this, but why go to all that effort just to don a pair of jeans under an awesome storm trooper uniform. It was distracting. other than that aces on the pics, good job digging this one up paul!!

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