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Monumental Star Wars & Star Trek Stained Glass Windows

Monumental Star Wars & Star Trek Stained Glass Windows

4 Years Ago By Richard Darell

Yesterday was the May The Fourth Be With You day and we saw an abundance of Star Wars related sharings across the Internet. I think that’s why we made the decision not to venture into that particular area. However, as we have stated so many times before, it’s never a bad time to share Star Wars related stories and content, and that’s is why I just had to share something that might make your day just a little bit more… bright. There are so many things out there that have to do with Star Wars that I honestly didn’t think I would get as surprised as I actually did when I first saw these creations.

It comes from devianART artist AidanT and is one of those rare yet magnificent examples of what imagination is capable of producing. The stained glass windows that this artist created go far beyond your ordinary windows and are sure to make your urge for a Star Wars and Star Trek customization for your own home completely take off. It’s creativity like this that deserves all the attention when it comes to customization.

AidanT has two monumental stained glass window creations in the form of a Clone Trooper and the Star Trek emblem that pop out within his sharings. Once lit by the sunlight, they give off an extraordinarily radiant glow which will decorate your home in the geekiest of ways. I hardly think these pieces of artwork are for sale, but if they were, I think a lot of people would put on a bidding war of epic proportions in order to get them. This is definitely creative inspiration at its best.





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