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Star Wars - The Original Trilogy box art cover
By avatar Huegh 42 on December 19th, 2015
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Didn't plan on making this anything spectacular. I know how simple these are, but I just felt like creating some covers for the original trilogy, hoping to capture the awe of Star Wars.

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WANDERLEI SILVA 20 [ 1 year ago ]

wow cool.background nice

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Matknapers18 40 [ 1 year ago ]

holy fuck i love it

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Vince_1990 45 [ 1 year ago ]

Although I do like these, they are just logos on a wallpaper... More could have been done imo

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Huegh 42 [ 1 year ago ]

There's more effort done than slapping a logo onto a wallpaper here. All 3 of these images were only about 1/3 the height of the covers themselves, so I had to extend them the rest of the way manually. I know it's still not a lot of work (since for all 3 it was mostly sky) but I feel like just logos on an image isn't quite correct.

Like I said in the OP, these aren't really meant to be spectacular and I know how simple they are. But I just had these concepts in my head, so I felt like tossing them out there.

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Vince_1990 45 [ 1 year ago ]

@Huegh fair enough man, like I said I do like them. Have you thought about doing each episode as a separate design with a back? Think they would look really nice keeping with minimal style

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Huegh 42 [ 1 year ago ]

@Vince_1990 I got really close to it. This started out with me doing both the front and back for Star Wars, without plans of doing episode 5 or 6.

I had the front finished (what you see now) but I couldn't get the back right. I wanted to keep the same kind of minimalism and use of negative space as the front, but I couldn't find any art to flow with the front. I wanted to have the same feeling of awe and wonder for both sides. The only exciting thing I could find to put on the back was a space fight, but that didn't feel like it worked with the front, being a dark color scheme vs a light one.

I might come back to this and release separate ones, if I can find the right art to use. I also thought about doing ones for the prequels, so those are possible as well.

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Vince_1990 45 [ 1 year ago ]

@Huegh Id be happy to try and help you find some more resources if you like? If you have a new hope front and back I think you should post it. I'm sure people would be happy with it

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Huegh 42 [ 1 year ago ]

@Vince_1990 Ehh, I think I'm satisfied with the way it is right now. I'm not feeling too serious about this. It's just a chill, down-low sorta box. But I'll definitely revisit it if I have anymore ideas. Until then I'll just let this one sit.

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XCore 42 [ 1 year ago ]

The minimalistic approach when designing box art does work sometimes, although it can backfire tremendously. Sometimes the designer could lack the vision needed to deploy minimalism efficiently.

This, on the other hand is a great example of a minimalistic strategy that has been used decisively. Great work.

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iman pro 47 [ 1 year ago ]

Simple and prefect, i like it

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tmrd 42 [ 1 year ago ]

I dont even like star wars.. and this is PERFECT.

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Mohit 38 [ 1 year ago ]

Nice work

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