Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh in the same story? Yes, it’s possible!
Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh in the same story, you never imagined that this would be possible?
But, that’s exactly what illustrator and artist James Hance from Florida combined in his work! He reimagined Star Wars characters and he created a bridge between our childhood and our teenage years (or even later, we all love Star Wars no matter how old we are).
Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh illustrations are masterpieces of imagination, a mixture of cartoon and a movie. It is a creative combination of two different arts, evoking the precious memories from the time when we were kids.
Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh -our favorite characters from childhood
We all grew up with the stories of Winnie the Pooh, the famous teddy bear character created way back in 1926. by an English author A.A.Milne. The famous Winnie the Pooh got his name after a teddy bear owned by Christopher Robin Milne, the son of the author. The carrying dad made the rest of the characters after his son’s other toys Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, and Tiger. Two other characters were invented (Owl and rabbit) while Gopher was added by Disney.
It is the interesting fact how Winnie the Pooh was named by Christopher Milne. Winnie was the black Canadian bear that Christopher often saw at London Zoo and Pooh was the swan that Cristopher had met on a holiday.
Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh illustrations also incorporate the Star Wars characters which are very well known to all of us. The famous story of Star Wars , the epic battle between the forces of evil and the forces of good in the galaxy far, far away. Interesting plot with the famous Jedi characters, Darth Vader, Princess Leia, Chewbacca and many others, were the characters of our childhood. We imagined ourselves as heroes who were fighting a battle against bad guys and were saving the galaxy every time.
James hence succeeded to bring us back to our most joyful memories of childhood and teenage years! By creating Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh illustrations he played in his mind and reimagine Chewbacca as Pooh bear and Eeyore as an Imperial Walker, creating whole new world for us!
You can see in the gallery how creative these illustrations are and remind yourself of all the games that you played with your friends when you were little. Besides Star Wars and Winnie the Pooh illustrations, James Hance made an audio book! Check out his amazing work!