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Star Wars Films Retold with Icons

Updated on March 25, 2016
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The Star Wars Trilogy in Iconoscope by Wayne Dorrington

Welcome to my Hub Page "The Star Wars movie's retold with Icon", Here you will find The Star Wars Trilogy told using just icons. There are no words used in the story telling, its all done with icons, much like in story boarding. This is one of the most amazing and creative projects I have seen ever and if your a fan of the Star Wars films then this is a must see. The brain child and creator of this projects is designer and illustrator from Central London, Wayne Dorrington.

You can find out more about the project "Star Wars Retold in Iconoscope" on Wayne Dorrington's Blog: I should really get out more

Enjoy!


Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope

Retold in iconscope by Wayne Dorrington

Click on the link below for the complete and full screen version of Star Wars Episode IV retold using icons.

Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope in Icons

Animated version of Star Wars Episode V retold using icons

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

Retold in iconscope by Wayne Dorrington

Click on the link below to view Star Wars Episode IV: The Empire Strikes Back retold using icons. The version Star Wars Episode V retold in iconoscope is told in more depth then Episode IV: A New Hope and has been divided into two links.

Star Wars Episode V Retold in Iconoscope
Star Wars Episode V Retold in Iconoscope

Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi

Retold in Iconoscope by Wayne Dorrington

Click on the link below to view Star Wars Episode VI: The Return of the Jedi and has been divided into five parts.

Star Wars Episode VI Retold in Iconoscope
Star Wars Episode VI Retold in Iconoscope

Have your say! - What do you think of this creative idea?

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      Al 17 months ago from Australia, Hong Kong, USA

      Thanks for the comment Kosmo and for dropping by and connect up.

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      Kelley 17 months ago from California

      I'm not sure I like "Star Wars" done with icons. It's a cute idea, but I can't keep my mind on what's happening in the story. Perhaps if I watched these icons in a story about which I know nothing, it would be more fun. Sorry!