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Stunning Star Wars 'Viewpoints' Art

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Despite the fact that Chris Skinner's Star Wars art isn't interactive or digitalised, we swear we can hear these prints if you listen closely.

The first of Skinner's 'Viewpoints' series, this Star Wars triptych plays with the subject's point of view in a frozen moment of deep space combat: X-Wing Ambush depicts the cockpit-view of the TIE-Fighter, while TIE-Fighter Defense shows the altogether more intimidating view greeting the X-Wing rebel. The final piece gives an asteroid-filled context for the showdown.

The limited edition prints are only available today, so best head over to the Hero Complex Gallery if you fancy bagging a set.

You'll have to add your own sound effects.

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