Here's a sensational Star Wars painting created by masterful Spanish artist and illustrator Manuel Perez Clemente, better know as Sanjulian.
Sanjulian is one of the artistic giants of the comic-book realm, and his evocative fantasy covers in the '70s for Warren Magazine's Creepy, Eerie, Famous Monsters of Filmland and Vampirella are prized by avid collectors and art aficionados around the world. Here he aims his amazing artistic eye on the Star Wars saga with a turbulent collage of imagery from Episode IV: A New Hope. This poignant piece is part of an entire series of vivid Star Wars paintings you can see at Sanjulian's official website here.
Does this illuminating artwork of Luke Skywalker awaken your interest in this December's sequel?