Just the other day we showed you Greg Peltz’ splendid Victorian era portraits of popular Star Wars characters. If you liked that, then chances are you’d love the illustrations from Swedish artist, Mattias Adolfsson.
In 2007, Adolfsson put pen to paper and re-imagined the Star Wars universe using an artistic style that was common in Europe between the 16th and 18th centuries. Baroque is a style that calls for extravagant and highly decorated pieces with many little intricate shapes. From Han Solo coming under fire from the puritan squad to poor wig-less R2D2, Adolfsson’s portraits are very ornate and imaginative. Once again, Chewbacca comes in as our favourite for having enough hair not to need a wig. See him and the rest of the Star Wars gang after the jump.