David Irvine Resurrects Star Wars Images in “Re-Directed Art”

Canadian artist, David Irvine from The Gnarled Branch, has created a unique series of Star Wars themed creations he calls “Re-directed art”. Re-directed art is when you use existing unwanted paintings, usually found at yard sales and thrift shops, and then painting in pop culture, sci-fi and fantasy characters or themes.

David’s unique style of art has become well known around the world,being featured in numerous media, including receiving praise from Star Trek’s, George Takei.

Check out a sample of David’s Star Wars re-directed art below:

To see more of David Irvin’s art, visit his page HERE.

An interview with the Toronto Media’s – InnerSpace:

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