Six Incredible 'Star Wars' & 'Indiana Jones' Trilogy Story Map Posters

January 7, 2013
Source: SlashFilm

Andrew DeGraff Posters

There's been plenty of fan posters that have paid tribute to Star Wars and Indiana Jones with some amazing artwork that could rival even Drew Struzan's stellar work for the films from George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. However, we have yet to see any posters as unique and intricate as these. With a style that's like a maze and Where's Waldo, artist Andrew DeGraff has crafted these incredible posters honoring each film trilogy by creating a film story map. Each poster runs through the various locations that the film's story takes our characters, and it's like following one of the coolest and most detailed mazes ever.

The Star Wars and Indiana Jones posters from Andrew DeGraff via SlashFilm (click for larger versions):

A New Hope

Andrew DeGraff Posters - A New Hope

Empire Strikes Back

Andrew DeGraff Posters - Empire Strikes Back

Return of the Jedi

Andrew DeGraff Posters - Return of the Jedi

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Andrew DeGraff Posters - Raiders of the Lost Ark

Temple of Doom

Andrew DeGraff Posters - Temple of Doom

The Last Crusade

Andrew DeGraff Posters - Last Crusade

DeGraff currently has a show with these posters and more work (which you can see right here) set up at Gallery 1988 Melrose in Los Angeles. In addition, you can purchase prints of these posters at the Gallery 1988 website right here. They will set you back $85 each, but they are certainly worth that kind of coin. You can also see similar posters for Shaun of the Dead and North by Northwest here and here. Cool?

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They are so dense, every single one of them has so many things going on.

capitandelespacio on Jan 7, 2013


Really fucking cool-now we need someone to build miniature models of each 😉

David Banner on Jan 7, 2013


I see now it's limited editions of 30 or 70? These will be on ebay for $500 in no time

David Banner on Jan 7, 2013


I want them all.

PBGray on Jan 7, 2013


It isn't like those films are hard to follow. These posters certainly do nothing toward explaining it. You see a bunch of unnamed places connected by squiggly lines, how does that tell you anything?

echosyst on Jan 8, 2013

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