52 Weeks of Star Wars

52 Weeks of Star Wars is a weekly photo project starring various characters from the Star Wars franchise. This photo project is a continuation of sorts to my original series; 365 Days of Clones, specially my Cloned Photos mini-series.

52 Weeks of Star Wars began on January 1, 2012 and was completed on December 31, 2012. As the title suggests, one new photo was taken, edited and added to the running total every Sunday.

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  1. Star Wars Does Poster Art • I Am A Super Nerd.com
    Jul 04, 2012 @ 18:04:40

    [...] project alert! Star Wars enthusiast David Egerhas been conducting a weekly photo project called52 Weeks of Star Wars (a continuation of his previous project, 365 Days of Clones), which features characters [...]

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  2. David Eger Recreates Famous Photos | Yin & Yang
    Jul 04, 2012 @ 20:13:54

    [...] 365 Days of Clones [...]

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  3. Imagens históricas recriadas com Clone Troopers
    Jul 05, 2012 @ 11:22:51

    [...] Photos, que surge na sequência de outras séries do fotógrafo intituladas 365 Days of Clones e 52 Weeks of Star Wars. E não se resumem apenas a fotos histórias nem tão pouco a “action figures” dos [...]

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  4. Iconic Images Redone With 'Star Wars' Action Figures
    Jul 05, 2012 @ 17:13:53

    [...] Ads for Dads on YouTube Comment Share Previous 1 of 6 Next Via David Eger, 52 Weeks of Star Wars As 'Grease' Characters 1 Via David Eger, 52 Weeks of Star Wars On the [...]

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  5. Star Wars Cloned Photographs by David Eger « Atom Plastic
    Jul 06, 2012 @ 05:37:20

    [...] i progetti  365 Days of Clones e 52 Weeks of Star Wars, il fotografo David Eger ha deciso di “clonare” gli scatti più famosi della storia [...]

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  6. 52 Weeks of Star Wars von David Eger | Netzpiloten.de - das Beste aus Blogs, Videos, Musik und Web 2.0
    Jul 06, 2012 @ 15:41:58

    [...] vielseitig Stromtrooper, Wookies, Jedi und Ewoks einsetzbar sind. Der Fotograf David Eger hat sich dem Phänomen einmal zugewandt und die Fotoserie „52 Weeks of Star Wars“ produziert. Darin enthalten sind Bilder historischer Szenen und andere eingängige Momente aus den letzten [...]

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  7. 歴史の名場面をスターウォーズのフィギュアで再現した写真がスゴイ! | ユーオーク
    Jul 07, 2012 @ 18:42:27

    [...] 歴史の名場面をスターウォーズのフィギュアで再現した写真がスゴイ! 2012年7月7日 / Arts, Movies 写真家のDavid Egerさんによる、スターウォーズのアクションフィギュアを使った写真を毎日公開する企画「365 Days of Clones」。その中で評判になった、歴史の名場面を再現した写真をまとめました。 これがめちゃめちゃ再現度高くて素敵です。最高。ぜひご覧ください。 このスターウォーズで名場面を再現するという企画は、現在「52 Weeks of Star Wars」という新たなプロジェクトが進行中です。映画のポスターをスターウォーズのフィギュアで再現しているのですが、こちらも素敵ですよ! Star Wars Action Figures Recreate Iconic Images Tags: スターウォーズ document.write(unescape("%3Cscript")+" src='http://widget.zenback.jp/?base_uri=http%3A//yuoak.com/&nsid=103932640406587230%3A%3A103932649801778961&rand="+Math.ceil((new Date()*1)*Math.random())+"' type='text/javascript'"+unescape("%3E%3C/script%3E")); [...]

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  8. DAVID EGER’s – Star Wars Historic Moments | Copenhagers
    Jul 08, 2012 @ 06:41:58

    [...] David Eger‘s creative photo series, 52 Weeks of Star Wars, is a project that was inspired by the many famous moments that have been documented by photographers in the past. The weekly series appeals to a combination of Star Wars and photography fans, where each new scene features Star Wars figurines set up in unique interpretations of celebrated and identifiable images. [...]

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  9. » 52 Weeks of Star Wars shesintostarwars
    Jul 09, 2012 @ 23:11:54

    [...] “52 Weeks of Star Wars is a continuation of sorts from 365 Days of Clones. The basic idea or premise behind both projects was to create, photograph, edit and post a new photograph online on a daily or weekly basis,” he said. “The ones that interested me the most, however, were the ones that related to historical events and photos.” [...]

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  10. Star Wars figures recreate iconic events and photographs — Lost At E Minor: For creative people
    Jul 10, 2012 @ 05:07:39

    [...] 10, 2012 | New Art | by  Bridget Barnett|52 Weeks of Star Wars is a follow up to photographer David Eger’s series 365 Days of Clones, this time using Star Wars figures to recreate iconic events and [...]

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  11. Historic Moments Ft. Star Wars | MXyMAG.com
    Jul 11, 2012 @ 13:42:08

    [...] img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } David Eager’s websiteSources: The Coolist, MMMTweetAKPC_IDS += "25146,";Popularity: unrankedInteresting topics below:(10 [...]

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  12. Star Wars Recreations of Famous Images | Daydream Tourist
    Jul 13, 2012 @ 08:30:30

    [...] a new photo of Star Wars Clone action figures everyday in 2011, Dave has started a series “52 Weeks of Star Wars” in which he combines these already well-known characters with pop culture spoofing movies, [...]

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  13. Historic Moments Recreated With Star Wars Figures « Mooki
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 16:02:45

    [...] Via Rate this:Share this:EmailPrintFacebookStumbleUponTwitterRedditDiggTumblrLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. [...]

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  14. Famous Images Recreated Using Star Wars Figures | Hidden Rebel Base
    Jul 14, 2012 @ 22:41:04

    [...] collection is a miniseries of his daily 365 Days of Clones series and has now continued with his 52 Weeks of Star Wars. Prints, iPhone cases, laptop skins and more are available at Society6 and [...]

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  15. Star Wars Action Figures Recreated Iconic Images By David Eger - Vizion Vintage BlogVizion Vintage Blog
    Jul 16, 2012 @ 15:38:22

    [...] project By David Eger entitled “52 Weeks of Star Wars,” where he uses characters from the famed series to recreate, relive, and re-imagine some of [...]

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  16. Animal Models
    May 21, 2013 @ 02:28:48

    Thanks for distributing these images description through your valuable post. Its great to know about 52 Weeks of Star Wars clone photos you have snapped. Really these are awesome. Great collection of Star Wars Figures.

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  17. Lego Star Wars Amazon
    Jun 28, 2013 @ 12:41:32

    Love them Keep them coming

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    • egerbver
      Jun 28, 2013 @ 13:13:23

      Thanks so much! I’ve still got a lot of great ideas to come.

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