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"Star Wars" Dog Prints from Wilson Inc. Are Out of This World

Journey to "the bark side" with some canines playing your favorite characters in the sci-fi epic.

 |  Jan 8th 2013  |   7 Contributions


Dogs and Star Wars, Star Wars and dogs -- it never gets old. Especially for Etsy artist Nicholas, who's known on the craft site as DogHistory. His shop is called Wilson Inc., where he sells dog-themed posters. Some are cool and colorful, while others are downright silly, such as his Star Wars-themed dog posters, which feature characters from the iconic movie outfitted with ... dog heads.

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Yes, give into the Bark Side.

The artist shares his life with a Dachshund named Link, so it's no wonder that in the heroic role of Luke Skywalker, Nicholas places a Dachshund in his place. Welcome to the bark side, folks -- there's no turning back now.

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Luke Skybarker to the rescue.

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Admit it, you're a Star Wars dog geek. And we love you for it.

The Wilson Inc. prints are created with archival pigment inks, which means they will last a lifetime. Printed on heavyweight matte paper, the pieces are 8-by-12 inches and are shipped ready to frame and mount. Priced at $10 each (not including $5 shipping) the prints are an affordable way to geek up your home and express your love of dogs.

If Star Wars dogs are just a bit too geeky for your taste, Wilson Inc.'s neon-colored dog prints recall the simple printmaking techniques of Andy Warhol.

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Cool hound Luke.

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Party Pug.

If you're looking for something a little more understated, check out the more elegant map prints, which include dogs and maps in neutral sepia tones.

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A little more understated.

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For the dignified dog owner.

Think you might like a print? You can purchase them from Etsy right here.

Images via the Wilson Inc. Etsy shop

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