ByKristin Lai, writer at Creators.co
MP Staff Writer, cinephile and resident Slytherclaw // UCLA Alumna // Follow me on Twitter: kristin_lai
Kristin Lai

With the Episode VII release date quickly approaching, we've got some serious Star Wars on the brain. From the movies and video games to fan art, we just can't get enough. Luckily, the Internet is a vast, cavernous world filled with members of the Star Wars fandom.

French artist Travs Durden—no relation to Tyler, we think—took his love of the franchise and used it as inspiration for a collection. He created Greek statues modeled after Star Wars characters. Using 3D software he was able to nail details even a sculptor with a Lightsaber would find challenging.

Darth Vader

Travis Durden / travisdurden.com
Travis Durden / travisdurden.com

Who knew Darth Vader still had such luscious hair underneath his helmet?

General Grevious

Travis Durden / travisdurden.com
Travis Durden / travisdurden.com

Okay, the whole cyborg head on a human body is a little freaky, but beautiful nonetheless.

Boba Fett

Travis Durden / travisdurden.com
Travis Durden / travisdurden.com

More like Boba Fett-ching, am I right?

Stormtrooper

Travis Durden / travisdurden.com
Travis Durden / travisdurden.com

That toga will probably protect this Stormtrooper from a blaster as much as his armor would.

Master Yoda

Travis Durden / travisdurden.com
Travis Durden / travisdurden.com

Yoda is already unstoppable in his tiny form, I could only imagine him with a pair of wings.

If you're a fan of Travis Durden's collection, be sure to visit his website HERE to see even more of his work.

'Star Wars: Episode VII' will premiere in theaters on December 18, 2015.

(Source: ComicBook.com)

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