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After we recently showcased some of the best Star Wars propaganda out there, we're opening up the world a little more with an idea of the brand wars that would take place within the galaxy.

The snappily named Barn Bocock created these mash-ups of famous companies, imagined within the Star Wars universe, for the interestingly titled site How To Carve Roast Unicorn.

We're not too sure about the idea of Jabba the Hutt owning a pizza place though (he'd eat the lot) or Yoda being in charge of your money (he'd insist on offering up wisdom, along with credit).

You can buy branded t-shirts and the like from here.

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