Guacamole Hans Solo Carbonite Sculpture

If you love Star Wars as much as I do, you'll love Robert Saccenti's culinary creation, "He's No Guac to Me Dead."

If only Luke Chipwalker could stop by and help unfreeze him by gulping down all of that delicious lime-loaded guacamole. (He added extra lime juice to make it thick enough to stand like that.) It took him about a day and a half to get the creation together:
The body was created using a plastic torso I found at a used mannequin/store display shop downtown. It only went down to the top of the thigh, so I had to build out the rest of his legs to the knees using molded chicken wire. The hands were tough... If I knew used male mannequin hands would be so tough to find on a whim, I would’ve used eBay. Given that I was running out of time, one hand was made using one of those articulated wooden artist’s hands you can buy at an art store, and covered it in papier mache. The other hand, not nearly as nice, was foil covered in papier mache, and had to do for now. The boots were old work boot toes I cut and epoxied to the board. [...]

Emily made the guac with 50(!) avocados, garlic, cilantro, salt, pepper, a little onion, and lots of lime. We spread it on, hoped it would stick, and, well... behold: Han Solo in Guaconite. Via Al Dente

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Kind of cool but way too derivative. Star Wars has been exploited to death, reborn and exploited to death again, and again. Did someone actually pay money for this?
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