Donald Faison talks Star Wars on Conan, LOST meets Star Wars in OT poster mash-ups, there's an ANH crawl escalator in Tel Aviv, the Dutchess of Cornwall shakes hands with Chewbacca, and much more in this latest edition of Star Wars is Everywhere!
Donald Faison (Scrubs, Clueless, Skyline...) was on Conan a couple nights ago and, as most good conversations should, the talk turned towards Star Wars...
Our buddy Mitchell Hallock of the IndyCast and TheRaider.net points out that Star Wars is well represented at the Pez Visitor Center in Orange, CT. Click on the image for the full view. (Thanks Mitchell!)
LOST meets Star Wars in a set of three art pieces modeled after the OT film posters. Head on over to Geekosystem.com to check out all three creations by artist J.J. Harrison.
Kotaku displays a variety of incredible Star Wars miniature models that are currenly on display in the Akihabara district of Tokyo.
Star Wars fans and other sci-fi lovers recently used their fandom for good in Salt Lake City according to KSL.com.
Melissa wrote in to let us know that a recent episode of her animated weekly newscast centered around Star Wars. Check out the video below:
Denn Rodriguez taps into the softer side of Star Wars through her Star Wars plushies on display over at Flavorwire.com. Make sure to also visit DennRodriguez.com for a number of other Star Wars-related artworks.
Gizmodo.com introduces us to Tel Aviv's Star Wars crawl escalator.
The west coast members of the Occupy Wall Streem movement invoked Star Wars for a port shutdown that was supposed to have happened on the 12th. Observer.com has the details.
HuffingtonPost.com has an article on Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall, and her visit to the 19th annual ICAP Day that includes a picture of Camilla with our favorite Wookiee. (Thanks Claire!)
In the last edition of Star Wars is Everywhere, we featured the fun Elf Sabers video from Comediva.com. Turns out, Comediva has set their sights on the GFFA previously. Click here for a fan fiction piece depicting Han's bachelor party, thrown by Lando, and featuring a few other familiar sci-fi characters. There's also a disapointing article that compares wizard wands to lightsabers. Somehow wands won out in the article, but I personally remain unconvinced. Last but not least, there's this interesting reenactment. Enjoy!