1977-2010: Lucasfilm Christmas Cards

1977 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1978 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1979 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1980 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1981 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1981 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1982 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1983 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1984 (Lucasfilm)

1985 (Lucasfilm: Design by Bunny Carter)

1986 (Lucasfilm: Design by David Craig)

1994 (Lucasfilm: Design by Ralph McQuarrie)

1995 (Lucasfilm)

1995 (Lucasfilm: Design by Peter Chan and Daniel Colon, Jr.)

1996 (Lucasfilm: Design by Paul Mica)

1999 (Lucasfilm)

1999 (Lucasfilm)

2000 (Lucasfilm)

2000 (Lucasfilm)

2001 (Lucasfilm: Design by Kathryn Otoshi)

2002 (Lucasfilm: Design by Jim Filippi )

2002 (Lucasfilm)

2002 (Lucasfilm)

2003 (Lucasfilm: Design by Kathryn Otoshi )

2004 (Lucasfilm: Design by ILM’s Kelly Hawkins)

2005 (Lucasfilm: Design by Erik Tiemens and Ryan Church)

2007 (Lucasfilm: Design by Lorraine LeBer)

2009 (Lucasfilm: Design by Harrison Parker and Kelly Smith)

2009 (Lucasfilm: Design by Harrison Parker and Kelly Smith)

2010 (Lucasfilm: Design by Harrison Parker and Kelly Smith)

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8 Responses

  1. NicktheLick

    Haha! I love the last one, Darth Vader with the dove… that’s pukka! Have to say my favourite is the simplistic 1995 one of the Death Star bauble… that’s great…

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  2. NicktheLick

    Also, I’m guessing the ‘Ginger Clones’ was actually a box of gingerbread…

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  3. Alan Bickerstaff

    Have to say that a lot of those are quite contrived and even a bit “twee”. However, the Death Star one is genius. I hope whoever thought that one up got a Christmas bonus.

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  4. Bicycle Bill

    If someone — I’m talking to you, Hallmark — could get a license to do the Death Star ornament (1995) they would probably sell a shitload of ‘em.

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  5. Shells

    I have a Darth vader, Millenium Falcon, and Yoda Ornament. I believe they were purchased for me at Hallmark. Would love to have the Death Star Ornament.

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  6. Rekanize

    I love how the 2002 LucasArts has both Ben from Full Throttle, Max from Sam & Max… Banner year for vaporware.

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  7. Rachel

    I found it interesting that they started out quite “Christmasy,” and ended up, for the most part, just promoting the Star Wars line. Nothing about any kind of holiday.

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  8. Jedimom

    I was lucky enough to receive the Vader and Dove card a couple of years ago from Steve Sansweet. I have it framed and on my wall

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