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Star Wars “Dark & Light” T-Shirt by BignellArt

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Canadian creative, Chris Bignell (aka BignellArt) has been “providing nerds with clothing since 2014”. The husband, father and teacher considers himself an “amateur artist and professional nerd”, yet there’s nothing very amateur about his apparel design. Looking through his TeePublic store tells the tale of a coffee loving sci-fi geek.

I instantly fell in love with Chris’ “Dark & Light” design and have an appreciation for the time spent developing apparel art suitable for all types of t-shirt colors. The simply clever Star Wars inspired design makes use of the iconic Death Star & the Millennium Falcon in representing the two sides of the force, whilst simultaneously assisting in the formation of the bold ampersand.

This design will appeal to fans of not only Star Wars but of minimalism & typographic design as well… and if you’d love something a little more artsy, on one experimental weekend Chris created space-inspired watercolor textures which converted into two new “faces” of the “Dark & Light” tee!

Today’s Tee of the Day spotlights BignellArt’s minimalist Star Wars Dark and Light Side T-Shirt. “Balance exists in the force, & on this tee”… and this ingenious design is available on both dark & light t-shirts!

Star Wars Dark and Light Side T-Shirt

Dark & Light – Light T-Shirt Version

Star Wars Dark and Light Side T-Shirt


Dark & Light – Watercolour Light T-Shirt Version

Dark & Light - Light T-Shirt Option 2


Dark & Light – Dark T-Shirt Version

Star Wars Dark and Light Side T-Shirt


Dark & Light – Watercolour Dark T-Shirt Version

Dark & Light - Dark T-Shirt Option 2


Available on other colors & styles including Hoodies, tank tops and kids tees ($18.00)

Dark & Light Apparel

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