Ralph McQuarrie (1929-2012)
Cantina scene
from The Mos Eisley Cantina Pop-up Book (1996)

I find it fascinating how McQuarrie's later work, especially as expressed in the paintings he created for this odd book, portrayed all subjects as if spaced out in some sort of silent, lonely reflection. Like the Star Wars version of Edward Hopper's _Nighthawks_. The Douglas Sirk lighting only enhanced the effect of a moment frozen in time.