When the Force truly does wake up as it did for the release of the first teaser trailer for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens good things soon follow. If the greatness of a movie can be echoed by the vibrancy of its creative and artistic fan base, as in these four seriously cool posters, than the Force really has opened its eyes and awoken and it is just up to time and talent to cement the masterpiece label.
Here's hoping that J.J. Abrams' film when it opens in December 2015 will be equal to its most avid creators!
Phil Noto worked as a Disney animator for 10 years on such 2D animation features as Lion King, Pocahontas, Mulan, and Lilo and Stitch. Frustrated with the way 2D was yielding to digital animation Noto switched to becoming a DC comics illustrator doing covers for Birds of Prey and working on Batgirl, Superman, Danger Girl, Beautiful Killer, Hellboy, Buffy, The Infinite Horizon, Avengers, X-23, Wolverine and Jubilee, X-Force and Thunderbolts.
See more of his work on his social media profiles!
Lazare Gvimradze is an amateur artist who lives in Georgia and doodles all his creations on his iPad!
Find more of his art in his portfolio!
Orlando Arocena is a member of the renowned Poster Posse. Arocena is a Mexican-Cuban-American who enjoys delivering creative solutions for some of the world's most renowned Brands - while also pursuing his own artistic endeavors.
See more on his website!
Charles Tan is a Canadian based digital illustrator specializing in concept art, design, and visual development.
See more of his talented creations on his social media: