For the next four days, fans around the world can bid on 100 unique items, artworks and experiences donated by some of the world’s most notable creators and next generation visionaries to celebrate 100 years of storytelling, all in support of Make-A-Wish®. Consumers have a chance to own an iconic piece of Disney storytelling as each item is inspired by the creator or brand’s personal connection to stories and characters across Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and 20th Century Studios.
There are a handful of Star Wars-inspired pieces that are part of the epic lineup of Create 100 auction items available for bidding, including by LucasFilm, Nina Pandolfo and NIGO. Here are the pieces open to bid on nodding to the celebrated franchise:
- Life Size Hariko Papier Mâché Yoda, donated by NIGO®: Designed by NIGO® this life-size hariko sculpture is an ode to the iconic character, Yoda from the Star Wars universe.
- In The Evening, donated by Nina Pandolfo: From the streets of Sao Paulo to the twin suns of Tatooine, Brazilian graffiti artist Nina Pandolfo created this unique homage to Star Wars style legend Princess Leia.
- The Book of Boba Fett poster designed by Dave Filoni and gifted to cast and crew – Donated by Lucasfilm: This “Star Wars: The Book of Boba Fett” poster was designed by Executive Producer, Writer and Director Dave Filoni and gifted to cast and crew. Signed by Filoni and Jon Favreau.
- The Mandalorian Season 2 poster designed by Dave Filoni and gifted to cast and crew – Donated by Lucasfilm: This “Star Wars: The Mandalorian” Season 2 poster was designed by Lucasfilm Executive Producer, Writer and Director Dave Filoni and gifted to cast and crew. It has been signed by Filoni, Jon Favreau and Rosario Dawson (Ahsoka).
The auction is currently running across 18 countries until Monday October 30, 2023, benefiting Make-A-Wish. Virgil Abloh Securities kicked off the campaign in July by revealing a 6-foot structural sculpture of Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey at the Royal College of Art in London. The life-size piece titled ‘Structural Sorcerer — a Sorcerer’s Apprentice Mickey Sculpture’ was commissioned by Disney and designed by ALASKA ALASKA. Since then, Create 100 has continued to unveil a dazzling slate of items and experiences created by some of the most prolific creators of today.
To commemorate this initiative, Disney donated $1 million USD to Make-A-Wish globally to support the granting of life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
For more than 40 years, Disney and Make-A-Wish have granted wishes together for more than 150,000 children with critical illnesses worldwide and Disney is honored to be the world’s top wish granter for Make-A-Wish. The life-changing wishes include shopping sprees, studio visits, theme park and resort vacations, cruises, talent meet-and-greets, sports-themed experiences and more. Many Disney cast members are also wish-granting volunteers, parents of wish kids or wish alumni themselves.
You can see the full round-up of Star Wars-inspired pieces and the talent involved here. You can view the most recent press release with additional talent involved here – including Jennifer Lee (Walt Disney Animation Studios), Jon Landau (Lightstorm Entertainment) and Pete Docter (Pixar Animation Studios) who have also participated in the donation of items or experiences celebrating their respective studios, movies and stories.
To explore the auction lineup and place a bid, visit https://us.disneycreate100.givergy.com/us/