Just recently we featured a small batch of Star Wars crossover posters bringing some of the epic trilogy's signature style to films of the past like Cool Hand Luke and Empire of the Sun. Now we have something that not only features some cool Star Wars artwork, but also aims to teach kids their alphabet in the coolest way possible while helping to benefit the future of another future fan of the holy trilogy. Graphic designer Brandon Peat (a friend of a friend) and his pregnant wife Emma wanted to figure out a creative way to decorate their baby's room but with a geeky twist. The result was A is for Ackbar, featuring a myriad of Star Wars characters and the ABC's.
Here are just some of the assorted prints from A is for Ackbar:
Dubbed as "an alphabet from a galaxy far, far away," the prints (which have been compiled into a book) have been released not only to help the Peat's newborn child, Tycho Maximus Peat, learn the alphabet soon, but also get a higher education in about 18 years. Over at Brandon's official website (where you can see all his amazing artwork as a freelance designer) you can donate to his son's college fund. How does this relate to A is for Ackbar? Well, anyone who donates $15 or more will receive this collection of prints in your very own book containing the entire alphabet. And this collection not only features the signature Star Wars characters everyone knows, but expanded universe characters like Mara Jade and Grand Admiral Thrawn. http://laguerradelasgalaxias-starwars.blogspot.com/