Last week a Tokyo jeweler covered a Darth Vader helmet in gold, leading to at least two obvious questions—why just the helmet, and why only Vader? Surely the entire extended Star Wars cast is deserving a shiny metal makeover.

Ginza Tanaka may have had good intentions, but he fell way short of his completely assumed goal of making Star Wars characters look like they should be stolen out of a car and taken to a seedy pawn shop to be sold for blow or smack or whatever it is the kids are getting crazy with these days.

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Your task, should you chose to accept it, is to pick up where he left off. Why not Boba Fett? Why not platinum? Where are the jewels? Can a smuggler be frozen in something other than carbonite and fastened to a chain of some sort?

Here’s another shot of the Vader helmet for inspiration.

Almost, but not quite. Your turn. You have until May the fourth, minus two days. I tried.

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