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This dreamlike photo series shows Star Wars images inserted into everyday life

The great thing about this series is that some of the added details are so subtle, you really have to look hard to spot them.

Toronto-based photographer, Thomas Dagg, has put together a dreamlike collection of images in which he digitally added various characters and vehicles from Star Wars into the city and suburban landscapes.

The great thing about this series is that some of the added details are so subtle, you really have to look hard to spot them – making the familiar imagery from a galaxy far, far away blend in anonymously like city regulars.

“I had a very overactive imagination as a kid,” Dagg explains. “This was what I saw when I looked around the world. If there was a jogger running, my mind raced back to Dagobah and Luke training, for example. I used a lot of toys/my most prized possessions from back then to composite in, too. It’s very much an homage to my childhood, not just putting popular culture into photographs.”

Look:

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