Farmer Turns Vinyl Star Wars Billboard Into A Chicken Coop

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On a farm far far away… Oregon poultry farmer, Mark Anderson, reused a few discarded movie billboards to provide coverage for his chicken coop. By upcycling the vinyl ad for Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, Andersen created a very colorful and imposing shelter for his baby chicks.

Too bad they’ll have to stare at a promotion for Episode I during their formative years — the poor little future McNuggets.

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[link, via Gizmodo]

Battle of Hoth Wedding Cake

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The Battle of Hoth Wedding Cake was created by Cake Central. AT-ATs can be found at the base, rebel ships are flying about, and lots and lots of white icing help recreate the frozen planet.

This must be true love, because the groom lent his own action figures to help create the cake.

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[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]

Darth Vader Made Entirely Out Of Rotten Banana Peels

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When your bananas turn to the dark side, you have very few options. You can either chuck them, make banana bread, or wait until they totally turn black and recreate an evil sith lord.

Artist Matthew Mahoney has forgone all of that unnecessary baking — instead, creating a Banana Peel Darth Vader entirely from peels.

So, what no banana bread? NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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[link, via That's Nerdalicious]

Cereal TIE Fighter

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Cereal TIE Fighter is one of the latest pieces by artist/food-player Brock Davis.

Using nothing more than two Crispix and two Cheerios, Davis has set up a suitable defense against the breakfast rebellion. We can only hope that the Wafflennium Falcon is not far behind.

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Stormtrooper Latte Art

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Aren’t you a little short for a latte? The Stormtrooper Latte was originally discovered on Reddit, so naturally there’s not much information about its origin.

What we do know, is that somewhere out there is a barista in touch with their dark side, and a caffeinated Star Wars geek who had the best morning ever.

[link, via Geeks Are Sexy]