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Photo series imagines Star Wars vehicles downed in international cities

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No, the Secret Cinema budget hasn't gone stratospheric this year.

These images are the work of visual trickster Nicolas Amiard, a Paris-based graphic designer possessing more Photoshop skills than the average special effects team.

This personal project sees Amiard superimpose various iconic vehicles from the Star Wars saga (both the good and regrettable films) into the streets, rivers and squares of international cities. It's as though a vast battle has been taking place over the skies of the Earth, depositing its casualties in urban spaces.

Head over to Amiard's site to see more of his work. And only six more months to go before Episode VII scratches your growing Star Wars itch.

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(Images: Nicolas Amiard)

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