The image of Star War's most famous bad guy, Darth Vader, is made unmistakable by the polished black helmet that he wears. But, that was Darth's work helmet. We can get a glimpse of Mr. Vader's life outside of work by seeing some of the other hats that he wears.
Flickr member, Trip Skyway, chronicles these lesser known looks.
Implications - Iconic villains have been given a makeover time and time again by artists and designers. These dark figures have acquired cult-like statuses due to their menacing presence on-screen that their heroic counterparts don't possess. It's this power and personality that brands are incorporating into their products to attract consumers who are looking for something dangerous as opposed to clean-cut imagery.
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