2014 Mandalorian ArTmor Project

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This is the third year of The ArTmor Project, a fundraising effort pairing the creativity of hand-selected artists with classic Mandalorian armor.

Today at 6pm EST, over 50 auctions will begin.

Here is what they’ve made — in alphabetical order:

ACHERON BUG HUNT BOUNTY ON LV-426

Armor by Jim Mock | Artist’s statement and additional photos

ACTUAL PHYSICAL CONTACT

Armor by Lou Caltabiano, host of the Dial Up Movies podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

BLACK AND WHITE AND FETT ALL OVER

Armor by John Sloboda | Artist’s statement and additional photos

BLACK SERIES BOBA FETT

Armor by Joe Knowlton (aka Solus Raam) | Artist’s statement and additional photos

BLOB-A FETT

Armor by Ted Dastick Jr. | Artist’s statement and additional photos

BOBA FETT ON BLACK VELVET

Armor by Scott Cherry of the Barbarian Rage Podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

BOBA FETT’S THE THING

Armor by Eric Moore of Mr E’s Models | Artist’s statement and additional photos

COG O FETT

Armor by Ronald Seaman of Aracknoid3 Cosplay | Artist’s statement and additional photos

DARTH MANDALORIAN

Armor by David Krawcyzk | Artist’s statement and additional photos

DR WHO 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Armor by Larry Jason Queen | Artist’s statement and additional photos

DUFFMAN-DALORIAN

Armor by Matt of the NeoZAZ.com podcast series Attraction Obsession | Artist’s statement and additional photos

FET3K

Armor by Matt Hunsworth | Artist’s statement and additional photos

FETT TRON, BOUNTY HUNTER OF THE UNIVERSE

Armor by R. Gouldberg | Artist’s statement and additional photos

FETT’S PREDATOR TROPHY

Armor by Matthew M Toppel

FETTY KRUEGER

Armor by Chris, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

GAME OF CLONES

Armor by Fett Finish

GEARS OF FETT

Armor by Guillaume Fortin | Artist’s statement and additional photos

HE-MAN’S CHEST

Armor by Taylor Lymbery of the Talking Toys with Taylor and Jeff podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

HOUND OF MANDALORE

Armor by Todd Howell | Artist’s statement and additional photos

HUNTER

Armor by Jason James of 3 Sheets Art | Artist’s statement and additional photos

INFETTIBLE HULK

Armor by Chris, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

IRON FETT

Armor by Kenneth Polly | Artist’s statement and additional photos

JAEGER FETT

Armor by Scott Conner | Artist’s statement and additional photos

JANGO / KAMINO

Armor by Michael Davis | Artist’s statement and additional photos

JUSTICE LEAGUE MANDALORE

Armor by Sean Hynes, founder of the Mandalorain Mash-ups costume group on Facebook | Artist’s statement and additional photos

KENNER GRAVEYARD

Armor by Dave, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

KISS

Armor by Jennifer Hogan, character fabricator at Stoopid Buddy Studios (Robot Chicken) | Artist’s statement and additional photos

KRAYT DRAGON TROPHY ARMOR

Armor by Jim Mock | Artist’s statement and additional photos

MAN-O-FETT

Armor by Dillon Markey, animator at Stoopid Buddy Studios (Robot Chicken) | Artist’s statement and additional photos

MANDALORIAN CORPS

Armor by Michael Mergenthaler | Artist’s statement and additional photos

MANDALORIAN GIRL

Armor by Huy Vu, production designer at Stoopid Buddy Studios (Robot Chicken) | Artist’s statement and additional photos

MANDO FC

Armor by Scott Weber | Artist’s statement and additional photos

MASS EFFETT

Armor by Jim Neff | Artist’s statement and additional photos

MINIO-LORIA-N

Armor by Karen from the Muppets in Character podcast and NeoZAZ.com

“MODEL” ORIAN

Armor by William Soltys | Artist’s statement and additional photos

ODE TO HAN

Armor by Amy Caracappa-Qubeck | Artist’s statement and additional photos

OPERATION BOUNTY HUNT

Armor by John Ficker of Lonewolf Customs | Artist’s statement and additional photos

PAC-MANDALORIAN

Armor by Uriah Funk | Artist’s statement and additional photos

PLANET OF THE APES TRIBUTE

Armor by Matthew Zucker | Artist’s statement and additional photos

PREDALORIAN

Armor by Eric J. Berry | Artist’s statement and additional photos

PRINCESS OF MANDALORE

Armor by Marian T. Tait | Artist’s statement and additional photos

RECOLLECTION FETT

Armor by Rusty Gilligan of Recollection Magazine | Artist’s statement and additional photos

RETURN TO KENNER GRAVEYARD

Armor by Dave, co-host of SWIC podcast

SLAVE I

Armor by Kevil Leill | Artist’s statement and additional photos

SLAVE I DEPARTURE

Armor by Mitch Freeman | Artist’s statement and additional photos

SLAVE TOO

Armor by Matt, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

STAR FORCE WARS

Armor by Matt of the GR80s Podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

STENCIL WARS

Armor by Curtis Brisbee | Artist’s statement and additional photos

SUNNYVALE HUNTER

Armor by Tory Jones | Artist’s statement and additional photos

SUPER IRON GIANT

Armor by Tim, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

THE PROTECTOR

Armor by Tom Hutchens (aka Mandalore the Uniter), founder of the Mandalorian Mercs costume club and organization | Artist’s statement and additional photos

THE TIES THAT BIND

Armor by Jen Belgin (aka Darth Cleavage) | Artist’s statement and additional photos

TO A GALAXY FAR, FAR AWAY … AND BEYOND!

Armor by Matt, co-host of SWIC podcast

TY COBB

Armor by Tim, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

UNTITLED

Armor by Jason Adams | Artist’s statement and additional photos

UNTITLED

Armor by John Soukup | Artist’s statement and additional photos

WALKER HUNTER

Armor by Allen Amis | Artist’s statement and additional photos

WHO FETT

Armor by Grant Tillotson | Artist’s statement and additional photos

WILT CHAMBERLAIN

Armor by Tim, co-host of the SWIC (Star Wars In Character) podcast | Artist’s statement and additional photos

Which ones are your favorites? Let us know in the comments.

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2 Comments

  1. Sadriel_Fett says:

    Still get a kick out of these. What’s the Iron Fett one supposed to be referencing, though. I thought maybe Iron Man, but I don’t recognize anything resembling Iron Man on it.

    1. William Roberts says:

      It is Iron Man, the diamond is the newer arc reactor. Rather than go with thnormal Iron Man color scheme, they did more of a War Machine variation.

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