By brining pieces of Star Wars into quiet, everyday images of our world, Photographer Thomas Dagg has created a sci-fi invasion that countless fans have dreamed of over the last few decades.
as a self-professed star wars fanatic at the age of eight, now-adult canadian photographer thomas dagg longed for a way to intersect his picture-taking profession with memories from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. dagg describes how the blockbuster’s classic characters and iconic scenes found their way into nearly every dimension of his childhood imagination, playing out fantasy-inducing roles in his everyday existence. ‘I absorbed anything and everything star wars…it was my life.’
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