Check Out This Massive Mosaic of a 'Star Wars' Themed Last Supper

February 22, 2012
Source: The Daily What Geek

Star Wars - The Last Supper

There's no denying that Star Wars is always going to be present in pop culture in nearly every form. Even living a lifestyle based around parts of the sci-fi franchise is possible with the expensive books The Jedi Path and The Book of Sith. Though each has become a strange religion of sorts among certain hardcore fans, digital artist Avinash Aurora (which just sounds like a Star Wars character) has crafted a huge mosaic that combines religion and Star Wars in a new way. Aurora has put together an image of The Last Supper but replaced Jesus Christ and the rest of the Biblical gang with characters from the Star Wars universe.

Here's Avinah Aurora's mosaic of The Last Supper with Star Wars characters via The Daily What Geek:

Star Wars - The Last Supper

And so you can see how big this mosaic is, here's a diagram of the frames used to compose the image:

Star Wars - The Last Supper

The specs for this image are pretty outrageous. "The original was about 69,000 images. Due to the newer movies used and the slightly modified aspect ratio, the new version used exactly 70,448 images." You can barely get a taste of the small frames in above, so if you want to see the huge version, click right here. Or if you want to download the ginormous 72dpi image (5184×2338 pixels, 10.4MB), head to Aurora's website.

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  • Xerxexx
  • Pilgrim_UK
    Impressive , most impressive. Would like to see the 12GB original.
    Good to see Mace Windu in there. Cool. Cool. Cool.
  • Isildur_of_Numenor
    Wipe that smile off your face, George Lucas! This is outstanding though.
  • Sorry, but I'm all 'Star Wars' out... Too much. Someone. Please. STOP HIM!
  • David Banner
  • no padme?
  • Star Wars is a bit like Christianity, it's a collected mishmash of other stories.
    • So not true. In either sense.
  • Can you imagine how long this took to make. Im amazed.




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