This Star Wars Tapestry Retells the Entire Two Trilogies

 - Feb 14, 2014
References: nineteeneightyeight & io9
This Star Wars tapestry was hand stitched by Aled Lewis and runs over 30 feet in length. Lewis was inspired by the famous Bayeux tapestry, which retells the events leading up to the Norman Conquest. This Star Wars tapestry is a pictorial retelling of all the events of the two Star Wars trilogies.

The tapestry comes with a legend that decodes the symbols stitched to the tapestry which actually for words. Fans can find all of their favorite moments stitched into this tapestry. The tapestry is currently on display at the Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. The Star Wars tapestry is also being sold for the hefty price of $20,000. This project is a great display on one person's devotion to a long-standing sci-fi franchise.