A FIRM supplying wall-size images is making space for Star Wars.
Kirkburton-based ID-wall has launched a range of giant images from the sci fi epic.
The launch was held at the Exposure Gallery in Oxford Street, London, and attended by actor David Prowse, who played Darth Vader in the first three Star Wars films.
Prowse, a former Mr Universe, who also appeared as The Green Cross Code man in road safety ads, has been battling against a rare arthritic disease in recent years.
The limited edition canvas prints - which can be bought online - depict various scenes and characters.
Tim Bennett, of ID-wall, said Star Wars fever was taking hold, with next year marking the 30th anniversary of the first film in the blockbusting space saga.
He said: "The official showcase at the Exposure Gallery was a great way for ID-wall to reach a wider audience.
"The high-quality prints have been designed and produced for Star Wars fans of all ages who want to celebrate the iconic moments of he movies.
"They have been recognised as high-quality artworks in their own right."
Dave Prowse, who was joined by a platoon of Star Wars stormtroopers at the launch, said: "It's great that this exhibition is keeping the Star Wars legend fresh in our minds.
"The prints themselves look amazing.
"Star Wars fans and collectors are in for a real treat."
ID-wall is a large format picture and graphics business specialising in providing licensed imagery as wall coverings.