Star Wars Spaceships Crash Landing on Earth

The Imperial insurance adjustor's not going to like this!

French artist Nicolas Amiard has created a set of composite photographs depicting what would happen if starships from the Star Wars universe crash landed on planet Earth.

As he imagined the Imperial Star Destroyer plopped down in Paris to the Millennium Falcon crash landed in the Hudson River, Amiard said to VICE's The Creators Project, "Star Wars is an imaginary universe and bringing elements from this universe in our real world seemed to be a very interesting contrast to work on."

We'll say that the Force (of Photoshopper) is strong with this one!

View more of Nicolas Amiard's work over at his official website.

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We can compare the size of the Millennium Falcon with an X-wing or TIE fighter, both in the movies and this picture series. Vader is taller than Solo. Vader's TIE Advanced x1 is about the same size as as a regular TIE fighter, which from the London composition is large enough for one Earth human. This means Solo is no more than a couple of meters tall, so the Falcon is far smaller than the size portrayed in the Hudson.
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I'm going to be *that* person - the Millennium Falcon is under 40 meters long. We've seen it in a hanger, with people next to it. It's nowhere near as large as shown in that picture.
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