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The Vader Project – Opening Night

As we previewed earlier, The Vader Project made it's second to final stop last week in Los Angeles as the collection of customized Darth Vader artist-designed helmets begins to make it's way to Freeman's Auction House in Philadelphia. Many of the project's artists were on hand to sign copies of the recently released show catalog and to say goodbye to their creations which have so far shown at the Andy Warhol Museum, the San Diego Comic Con, and at the Star Wars Celebrations in Europe and Japan. The final viewing of the works will be held in Philadelphia from July 5th to the 9th before they hit the auction block. Check out some more of our favorite helmets here on Hi-Fructose.

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As we previewed earlier, The Vader Projectmade it’s second to final stop last week in Los Angeles as thecollection of customized Darth Vader artist-designed helmets begins tomake it’s way to Freeman’s Auction Housein Philadelphia. Many of the project’s artists were on hand to signcopies of the recently released show catalog and to say goodbye totheir creations which have so far shown at the Andy Warhol Museum, the San Diego Comic Con, and at the Star Wars Celebrations in Europe and Japan. The final viewing of the works will be held in Philadelphia from July5th to the 9th before they hit the auction block. Check out some moreof our favorite helmets here on Hi-Fructose.

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Dalek

Mr. Cartoon

Alex Pardee

Ron English

Thunderdog Studios

Mike Giant

Shag

Mars-1

Gary Baseman

Brandou

Michelle Valigura

DSK Designs

Tokidoki

Niagara

Aye Jay

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