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With just a single piece of paper and a scalpel, London-based artist Marc Hagan-Guirey creates amazingly detailed scenes from "Star Wars" using the Japanese art technique of kirigami.
Princess Leia Organa gives trusty astromech R2-D2 a message meant for Obi-Wan Kenobi, in this beautifully crafted paper scene.
This artwork shows all the details of Jabba the Hutt's sail barge. Luckily, Luke Skywalker and his friends escape both the barge and the Great Pit of Carkoon. "I think it’s my most technically advanced piece to date," Hagan-Guirey told Crave.
This paper scene depicts the Imperial invasion that was sent to destroy the Rebel Alliance's Echo Base on Hoth.
Intimidating AT-AT vehicles dominate this paper homage to the wintery battle on Hoth from "The Empires Strikes Back."
This kirigami paper artwork of the Endor shield generator bunker shows off the building's details, as well as the trees and Imperial spacecraft.
We all remember the traumatic scene of Han Solo being frozen in carbonite after his capture in Cloud City. This artwork shows us much more detail then the actual film does.
Darth Vader tests out his carbonite-freezing method on Han Solo, who will be handed over to bounty hunter Boba Fett. This scene is made entirely from one sheet of paper.
Boba Fett reminds Darth Vader that Han Solo is worth a lot to him in this scene of Han being frozen in carbonite. "The Empire will compensate you, if he dies," Vader reassures him.
It's hard to believe that this model of the Millennium Falcon is made from a single piece of paper.
This paper tribute to the Millennium Falcon shows every tiny aspect of the ship, including its radar antenna, windows and laser cannons.
A closer look at this kirigami paper scene shows not only plenty of details on the Millennium Falcon but also the epic lightsaber battle between Darth Vader and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
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