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 PostPosted: Wed Nov 16, 2011 5:23 pm Reply with quote  
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  DannikJerriko
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I don't think there is a thread for this, so I've started this one.

What Star Wars postes do you have? What wonderful tapestries of the Galaxy Far, Far Away adorn your walls?

I have a 3D poster for TESB, I'll list the full details in spoiler tags
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An all around very groovy poster.

I also have a poster with most of the characters from the movies with a little bio of them. 76 altogether. On a side note, they incorrectly listed Jabba's homeworld as Tatooine. This unleashed a nerdy fury within my soul when I first read it.

My most recent poster is a 168x60cm poster of a Coruscant cityscape.

Your turn. Smile
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  FateotJediFreak
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I have 3 big posters in my room! Here they are!








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My posters.










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  Life Is The Path
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I've a few posters, but I only have two on display at the moment.




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  Darth Skuldren
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I have this one:


This one:


And a Return of the Jedi poster that I've never seen on the internet. I'll have to take a picture of it.
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 PostPosted: Sat Nov 19, 2011 3:57 pm Reply with quote  
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  DannikJerriko
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Wow, I really like that R2/3PO poster! I'm thinking of getting a mini RotJ poster (click the link for the eBay page)
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  Darth-Weeto
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i used to love that poster dannick i used to hav it on my wall when i was a kid but not sure wot happened to it. hopefully i should still hav that bak at my folks house.


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Also skuldren and padme i really like that poster that both of u hav got the same one of.


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  Jeff Williams
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wow, great topic ! these poster are so nice! look forward more!!

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 PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 2:45 pm Reply with quote  
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  DannikJerriko
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A lot of you have this poster; can anyone tell me the measurements of it, I want to know whether it'll fit on my wall and the website I'm buying from doesn't have details.
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 PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2012 2:24 pm Reply with quote  
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Ok, I've just had an AMAZING idea! I was in Waterstones (bookshop) and saw 100 Star Wars postcards that have loads of different comic book covers on as their image, so I was just going to "have them" as collectibles but then decided to put them up as posters all over my room!
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  Taral-DLOS
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For Christmas, my wife got me this poster, on a metal plate. It's being hung up in the Star Wars Room.


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 PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2012 5:08 pm Reply with quote  
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Taral-DLOS wrote:
...the Star Wars Room.


That is the coolest thing ever (subjectively)
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  Old Master Ben
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I have a poster for each Star Wars film.

ANH:

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ESB:

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ROTJ:

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TPM:

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AOTC:

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ROTS:

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All 6 are hanging in my collection room. I also have the poster from Disney Star Wars Weekends 2007:

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That one has a spot on the wall and is framed, but I haven't gotten around to hanging it yet. I also have the ROTS teaser poster, framed, but no wall space for it. And finally, I have the exclusive Celebration V art print from Chris Trevas. Not technically a poster, but probably my favorite piece in my collection:

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I have yet to frame it.


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 PostPosted: Tue Jan 10, 2012 5:15 pm Reply with quote  
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Wow, that Boba one is awesome!

It's really annoying, I have some sort of alternative poster of RotJ which I can't find anywhere to show you guys. I prefer it to the normal poster.
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