Celebrate Force Friday in Style With These Intoxicating Star Wars Vector Art Posters

It’s no secret that one of our favorite geek artists on the planet is Orlando Arocena, who is a master of all things vector art. We’ve featured many of his creations before, even a few Star Wars themed ones (Force Awakens and Rogue One), so considering today is officially Force Friday, we figured it’d make sense to unleash the rest of his Star Wars themed vector art pieces for your viewing, and in some cases, purchasing pleasure.

The first set of posters feature a mashup between Star Wars and classic Hip-Hop albums and/or rappers. Anyone who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s will surely appreciate these pieces, which feature the likes of 2-Pac, Biggie, Run D.M.C., and more. My favorite deal posters have to be the Wu-Tang Clan themed ones, because they perfectly capture the tone of CREAM and Bring Da Ruckus. Head on down below to check them out.

The second Star Wars themed vector art poster of awesomeness is a tribute to none other than Boba Fett, the galaxy’s most feared bounty hunter. This is a solo piece, but it blends Fett’s iconic mask with his equally iconic Slave-I spaceship. So yeah, it’s fucking rad.


The final series of kick-ass Star Wars themed vector art posters celebrate the Dark Side of the Force, and feature two great pieces depicting Palpatine and his pet, Darth Vader. The Vader poster is epic, and definitely worth adding to your collection if you are a collector of geek art.

A few of these posters can still be purchased for a fair price on Orlando’s Mexifunk store, so pop on over to see what’s in stock and get to buying!

May the Force be with you, always! Especially on Force Friday!


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