Inspired by the Force: The Photos of Alex Ivanov

Alex used to work as a photographer for Industrial, Light & Magic. His skills became obvious when dealing with extremely reflective objects. C-3PO, anyone?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Inspired by the Force: Art Figure Collection

This video originally aired on the Scum & Villainy livestream for May the Fourth 2020. Enjoy Steve sharing his Art Figure collection. Each piece is a limited edition custom figure related to the Star Wars universe.

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40th Anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back Facebook Live Parts 1 & 2

Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2020 was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Rancho Obi-Wan Experience booth was to exhibit a selection of items celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Empire Strikes Back. Conceptualized by our docents, Dan Norgan and Michelle Norgan, it would have taken you on a journey from concept to screen to collectible. Here is part 1 & part 2 of a Facebook Live showcasing many of the items that would have been on exhibit, plus others we would not have been able to bring. In addition, in part 1, take a tour through our bedroom exhibit that was installed at Star Wars Celebration Orlando 2017. In part 2, take a rare view of one of our back storage isles.

Produced by Mark Rusciano
Support by Consetta Parker

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Inspired by The Force: The Star Wars Vault


The Star Wars Vault, published in 2007 by HarperCollins in the U.S., contained an array of reproduced, removable ephemera. These were created from scanning the original items in the collection at Rancho Obi-Wan and some from the Lucasfilm archive.

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Inspired by The Force: The Endless Library

There are over 7,000 Star Wars books listed on Amazon.com. The Rancho Obi-Wan library has yet to be cataloged. How many books do you think we have? We know we have books from at least 36 countries in at least 30 languages, including braille. Not including comic books!

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