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    • Charles Moore

      David Eger challenged himself to take a photo every day of Clone Trooper action figures either recreating a historic picture or event for an entire year. Here's history, reinterpreted with a Star Wars twist.

    • Dana Alma

      Canadian photographer and art teacher, David Eger. Setting up for the "Million Trooper March" recreation

    • Stefano Maglovsky

      star wars recreations of famous photographs

    • Milton Frois

      Famous Photographs Recreated With Star Wars Figurines

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