In 2010, a time when the Star Wars prequels still lingered as a bitter aftertaste, Cliff Chiang created a set of posters that embraced both the franchise’s classic characters and the imagery of World War II-era propaganda campaigns– right down to the Empire’s version of “Loose lips sink ships.”
Now fast-forward four years, to a time when fans eagerly search for even the smallest details about director J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: Episode VII, which will not only launch a new trilogy, but a new era. The latest scrap of information from the film’s set comes courtesy of veteran producer Frank Marshall — husband of Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy — who tweeted a photo of the warning that greets visitors at Pinewood Studios: Chang’s poster that oh-so-gently reminds us, “Loose Lips Bring Down Starships.”
I’m not sure whether Chang still sells the prints, but now would probably be a good time to dust them off.
Excited to be here at Pinewood, but mum’s the word… http://t.co/DjqT06zxm3
— Frank Marshall (@LeDoctor) October 6, 2014
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