London, Feb 3 (ANI): Computer wizards have found a unique way of paying tribute to Star Wars film.
In a competition on photo editing website Worth1000, they have put the cast of the hit film in some of the world's classic artworks, reports the Sun.
Winged Jedi master Yoda has replaced Cupid in Bouguereau's 1888 composition L'amour Au Papillon.
Astromech droid R2D2 has taken the place of the little girl sitting on the chair-in need of some WD40-in artist's La Petite Boudeuse, or The Little Sulk.
Most of the cast - including Mark Hamill's Luke Skywalker, Harrison Ford's Han Solo and Alec Guinness's Obi-Wan Kenobi - and director George Lucas, appear in Philippe de Champaigne's 17th Century Last Supper.
Michelangelo's Creation of Adam, which appears on the Sistine Chapel ceiling, now involves a lightsaber clash between Adam and Darth Vader - replacing God from the 1511 original.
Star Wars baddie Darth Vader is seen knighting a stormtrooper in the English historical painter Edmund Blair Leighton's 1901 work The Accolade.
Another stormtrooper makes an appearance in Leonardo da Vinci's classic 1487 drawing Vitruvian Man.
Vader also appears as Venetian artist Titian's Duke Of Alba in the 1536 painting of the same name. (ANI)