millennium falcon

This Guy Spent 4 Years Making A Flawless Millennium Falcon Out Of Paper

So how did you spend the last four years of your life? No matter how you answer that question, it was a complete waste of time compared to Bernard Szukiel who spent four years creating this absolute masterpiece of a Millennium Falcon model using nothing but paper, glue and more patience than any single human being has ever had to muster before.


This Cool Flying Millennium Falcon Needs A Full-Scale Version ASAP

There’s no reason why a full-size version of this RC quadcopter Millennium Falcon wouldn’t work. We just need a good titanium frame, a carbon fibre hull, the twin turboshaft engines from four Sikorsky SH-60 Seahawks, a light cockpit from a Sikorsky Schweizer, and we are in business. Punch it!


This Tiny Papercraft Millennium Falcon Belongs In An Art Gallery

Don’t have room to build yourself a massive 1.5m long model of the Millennium Falcon from cardboard? How about a papercraft Falcon made from cardstock that’s no bigger than a business card instead? That’s what Caleb Kraft managed to pull off using impressive hobby knife skills comparable to a neurosurgeon.


Clearest Photo Yet Of The New Millennium Falcon -- With 'Darth Iger'

Fortune got to work with ILM on their December cover story, featuring Disney’s CEO Bob Iger. The cover itself has Iger against a computer generated version of the Millennium Falcon. The opening photo, however, it’s a shot of Iger composed over a photo of the set with the real Falcon. Pretty damn cool.


How Sound Engineers Made The Millennium Falcon's Most Iconic Noise

The Millennium Falcon is the king of cool when it comes to classic sci-fi spaceships. The vessel is a kitbashed masterpiece and a bold image that screams Star Wars. It’s also a “piece of junk,” a “bucket of bolts,” and constant headache for Han Solo and company, but hey, she’s got it where it counts.


There Are Some Countries Smaller Than This Epic Millennium Falcon Toy

First revealed earlier this year, Hasbro’s latest version of the most iconic spaceship in the Star Wars universe is finally available to add to your collection. The 76cm long Millennium Falcon toy (if you can even call it that at this scale) is packed with details and believe it or not is powered solely by imagination — no batteries required.


An Immaculate Millennium Falcon Model Made Entirely Of Cardboard

Most people are happy to clean a basement by just tossing or recycling the mountain of cardboard boxes that always seem to accumulate down there. Thomas Richner took the road less travelled, though, and stretched his Saturday afternoon chore into a multi-week project building a 1.5m long model of the Millennium Falcon using nothing but cardboard and glue.


Star Wars Fan Builds A Docking Bay For His Millennium Falcon

Why yes, that is a LEGO Millennium Falcon perched inside a diorama of Docking Bay 327, the scene of Obi-Wan and Darth Vader’s battle. It was created by German builder David Wagner and measures an impressive 90cm x 100cm. The project required roughly 10,500 bricks, four months, and 1,000 € to complete.


The Lego Millennium Falcon 2011 Time-Lapse

This video — made by Joe Coulston — may not be as spectacular as the time-lapse video for the 5195 pieces of the special edition Falcon, but I can’t resist a good Lego stop-motion clip.