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Star Wars by Cedric Delsaux

Posted on: December 2, 2008

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What if Star Wars took place in an urban environment? Well, you could get a glimpse of how it would look like in this very interesting photography series by Cedric Delsaux. Stormtroopers all around town. +)

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