December 2, 2023
The Star Wars: Ahsoka Concept Art Has Emerged From The Force!

Visit a galaxy of wonders with the concept art from Dave Filoni’s Star Wars: Ahsoka series

The debut season of Dave Filoni’s STAR WARS: AHSOKA may have reached its climax, but the fun is far from over. Over the course of eight glorious episodes, we were whisked away to a treasure trove of far-flung destinations. From Lotal to Corellia, and Seatos to the World Between Worlds, the story took us across the galaxy and beyond. But where did these colorful new planets emerge from?

While many of them were envisioned by George Lucas during his reign as the Father of the Force, the more recent planets have been created by Lucasfilm’s incredible concept artists. And they have been responsible for bringing the palette of the MandoVerse to life. Leading creative the charge are Andrée Wallin, Rene Garcia, Brett Northcutt, Jama Jurabaev, and Ben Last. A rounding out the cast list of incredible artists are Matt Allsopp, Christian Alzmann, and Erik Tiemens.

STAR WARS AHSOKA concept art


With the season now in the bag, Lucasfilm has shared this treasure trove of concept art for us all to enjoy. And if you were hoping for an abundance of Star Wars goodness, you’ve come to the right place. The collection features many of the wonderous destinations from the series; even highlighting Ahsoka’s lightsaber duel with Elsbeth’s assassin droids. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves, scroll down and explore these incredible images for yourself.


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Future of the Force has covered the series from every angle. From our in-depth reviews to our extensive character poster coverage, every facet of the Force has been covered. So be sure to explore this treasure trove of content here.

Are you a fan of the concept art from Ahsoka? What did you make of Dave Filoni’s landmark series? Sound off in the comments below. We’d love to hear from you.


STAR WARS: AHSOKA is now streaming on Disney Plus.








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