'Family Guy' Gets Some Awesome Tyler Stout Style 'Star Wars' Posters
While there are rumblings that we could get a teaser trailer for Star Wars: Episode VII before the end of the year, we're not going to hold out breath. In the meantime though, we've got a cool Star Wars related batch of artwork inspired by the "Family Guy" spoofs that Seth MacFarlane has created for the entire original trilogy. The three hour-long specials are rife with great parody and traditional "Family Guy" humor, and artist Jacob Bills has decided to pay tribute to the whole animated parody trilogy with posters for each installment inspired by the Star Wars trilogy posters crafted by Mondo artist Tyler Stout. Look below!
Here's Jacob Bills' awesome "Family Guy" Star Wars posters inspired by Tyler Stout (via SlashFilm):
And for comparison, here's Tyler Stout's original trilogy posters he created for Mondo:
Bills commented on the work saying:
First off, let me thank everyone for all the kind words about the Family Guy posters I’ve been working on for the past few years. And you read that right, years… looking back at the first file it was finished in July 2012. Though it took me so long to finish these, seeing everyone enjoying them really makes all the time and effort I poured into them worthwhile.
So, again, let me say “Thank You” for all the kind words. I hope everyone enjoys these and I hope the next thing I do will be equally as impressive. Thinking to myself “Crap… what do I do next?!?”
These are some pretty meticulously crafted tributes, and they would be awesome for any big "Family Guy" and Star Wars fan. However, if you want to get your hands on them, you'll likely have to fork over a good amount of money. These were created as a private commission so only a few prints were made of Blue Harvest, Something, Something, Something Dark Side and It's a Trap, and four sets of these posters will be auctioned off for charity. One of them is available on eBay right now (you can start bidding right here), and whatever price it sells for will be how much the other three sets will cost with all proceeds going to help a girl with leukemia. That's some great artwork being sold for a great cause. Pretty cool?
Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
Hell I'd take a print of each. Those were pretty funny, and these are pretty good.
OfficialJab on Oct 28, 2014
Cannot say Im a fan of Family Guy, I laughed like twice during Blue Harvest.
Jon Odishaw on Oct 28, 2014
The Jabba character was gold. Patrick Warburton is a hero.
DAVIDPD on Oct 28, 2014
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