I had to report on this because classic “Star Wars” is near and dear to my heart. I’ve gotten to see a couple of exhibits with things from my childhood before and I know that many items have been lost or have deteriorated over time. So when I saw a museum reach out to fans for help, I figured I would do what I could to raise awareness.
The National Film and Sci-Fi Museum has some parts of the original “Empire Strikes Back” Bossk costume, but they need some parts made. They would really like skilled fans to help them make it as authentic as they can. So they reached out to fans via their social media.
Their post says:
“Hi everyone. We wanted to reach out and see if there are any skilled costume makers out there that would like to be involved in the Museum. We have several items that are missing parts that we need to have made to complete them ready for displaying within the museum.
If you are someone that might be able to help them go ahead and DM them.
Side note, this would make a fun little documentary too. Like “Repairing Bossk” or “Finding Bossk” or something like that.
This just made my day.
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