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Awe-inspiring Star Wars portraits

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Star Wars art isn't always something that requires much attention, since new pieces crop up every four seconds. Maybe five at weekends.

But, hold the phone, we might have found the greatest Star Wars art in existence. No, really.

To promote the opening of the new exhibition Star Wars Identities, these incredibly detailed portraits have been created. They're digital mosaics which use various pieces of Star Wars iconography to make up the faces of six key characters.

Geeks, consider the gauntlet well and truly thrown down.

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