Artist Stitches Entire Star Wars Saga Into Thirty Foot Tapestry

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Aled Lewis‘ “The Coruscant Tapestry” is a thirty-foot long, thirteen inch tall retelling of the Star Wars trilogies inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry, currently on display in his gallery show in Los Angeles. And sure, if you want to make it your own it’s gonna cost you $20k, but the real trick is having a room to display it in.

(via Boing Boing.)

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