Star Wars Japanese Tea Towels

Posted by Michael Pinto on Apr 4, 2008 in Star Wars |

Star Wars Japanese Tea Towels

I just like the look of the above tea towels, unlike most fan merchandise they show some good taste at work:

Japanese Star Wars Tea Towels

“Japan’s Heart Art Collection, Ltd., who recently graced the world with the irresistible R2-D2 and R4-P17 trash cans, now unveils a set of eight stellar tea towels which may just transcend their modest utilitarian function to qualify as, dare we say, art?

The eight towels, which measure approximately 15″x35″, include some wonderful Japanese-inspired Star Wars imagery, such as R2-D2 jettisoning over a traditional Mount Fuji with ocean waves woodcut, a clone trooper helmet doubling as a Japanese shrine bell, Artoo and Threepio under a cherry blossom tree, Vader and Yoda amid intricate scrollwork patterns, and more.”





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