An artist recreated the trailer for 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' using a 33-year-old Apple computer

The folks over at Lucasfilm are masters at creating anticipation for their films. Information leaks are few and far between, and trailers are even scarcer. This has left the denizens of the internet to scrounge for any new morsel of information about the galactic saga. 

Luckily, Wahyu Ichwandardi has taken it upon himself to help ease the wait until the film hits theatres on December 16. The New York-based artist has recreated the most recent “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” trailer with a retro aesthetic. 

Ichwandardi used an Apple IIc, which was released in 1984, along with a KoalaPad+. Check out the making-of below:

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