Posted by Eric on December 3, 2011 at 10:43 AM CST
StarWars.com has posted a gallery of Lucasfilm's holiday greeting cards from 1977 up to the present. This post reveals their 2011 design, seen above, which is described as follows:

"For this year's holiday card, we depicted Jabba the Hutt as a snowman who melts away from Lucasfilm's warm wishes," says ILM Art Department designer Devon Cutler. "This lighthearted and whimsical approach to Jabba was a fresh take on a bad guy. We used a white shimmery foil on a thick white paper stock and subtle emboss details on the hat, eyes, mouth and hands to add a bit of sophistication."

Click through to see all 35 greeting card designs!
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