Creative Dad Makes His Son An Epic Star Wars Millennium Falcon Bed
May the Fourth be with you! And while we’re at it, let’s have a peek at this awesome Star Wars bed. Started about a year ago, the bed was built by Peter McGowan and Edward McGovan for Peter’s son. The bed is shaped like the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon, one of the most iconic ships in the trilogy, but seats only two small-ish rogues.
The ship is accessed by a ladder, and supported by what seems to be a leg of an AT-AT, the window has been made to look like a hangar door, there’s a fan blowing air into the bed, and a ship wing serves as a table. It’s a bedroom arrangement that’s making fans of all ages swoon, and has probably impressed a few kids, too.
Peter and Ed McGowan work at PlainJoe Studio. The company has made similar projects in the past, but this one is family oriented. The publicity of the project rests firmly on the shoulders of his older brothers: Edward McGowan was the first one to share pictures a year ago.
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If you want a real flying Star Wars project, check out this Speeder Bike Quadcopter DIY. It’s pretty hot – and this Death Star Fire Pit is literally hot! And if photography is you preference, you can have a look at the tiny adventures of Star Wars miniatures.
More Info: Plain Joe Studios | Visioneering Studios (h/t: boredpanda)
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