Boba Fett shootout
Part of a series of images from the liquid metal, carbo-plastic, hydrogel and permacrete core of visual creators on the Internet. Images that stir my senses and evoke plots and concepts for what I’d like to see (or fear) in the future.
When French photographer Cédric Delsaux began snapping up what he calls “the peripheral zones” of urban landscapes, his creative instinct rebelled and demanded he infuse something else into the imagery. Something was missing, he felt. Passionate about Star Wars, Delsaux realised that a lot of the modern scenery suited itself well to the almost dystopian vision of the future that George Lucas created in his early movies. So with a little trickery and Photoshop pokery, Delsaux has combined fact and fiction into a fusion of humour and hyper-realism.
You should take a peek at the photographer’s official website for more.
Or find yourself a copy of the book, Dark Lens, that celebrates these images in glorious glossy hardcopy format.
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