This vanquished stormtrooper.
Stabbed right through the head with a mini lightsaber. Ouch. (Photo: Jamie Eddy)
This creative composition.
Another feast for the eyes from super star Star Wars tattoo artist Andrew Marsh. If he keeps coming through like this, Disney might just put him on the payroll.
This terrific TIE fighter.
A great rendition of the Galactic Empire’s impossibly aerodynamic fighter craft. Often referred to as the worst spacecraft in the Star Wars Universe, it makes up for it’s lack of genius with it’s undeniably awesome sound effect. (Photo: Cheri May Gourlay)
This tiny Boba Fett helmet.
As far as tiny Star Wars tattoos go, this one takes the cake. (Photo: Shannon Wages)
This single line Chewbacca work.
Iranian artist Mo Ganji creates amazing works of art using only one continuous line. It’s nice to see Chewy get a little ink time as we seldom see tattoos inked in his likeness.
This Rebel Alliance dotwork design.
If we were an X-Wing fighter pilot, this would be our first tattoo. Here we have the Rebel Alliance symbol done in a perfectly symmetrical dotwork pattern. Absolutely divine. (Photo: Joshua)
This Solo portrait.
Han Solo striking a pose. Fun fact: After a late night of partying with the Rolling Stones, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford were still drunk come call time the next morning while filming the Cloud City landing in Empire Strikes Back. (Photo: Sarah Miller)
This surrealist Vader profile.
A surrealist profile of Darth Vader and the Death Star done in David Cote’s signature style.
This negative space stormtrooper.
This minimalistic work of art is almost too cool for school. (Photo: Phernandu Nunes)