Uncle Owen’s battered X-34 Landspeeder was the perfect vehicle for the hot, dusty, and flat environments of the Tatooine desert where Luke Skywalker grew up. It became iconic after the 1977 release of Star Wars because it reminded so many members of the audience of the old sports and muscle cars that sat in garages, begging for a paintjob—or even just a washing.
Redditor /r/redtray made this expression of its sleek lines for his son. It’s a desk made with walnut and ebonized red oak. Since it is a hovercraft, he considered making the desk levitate with magnets. But he figured that his 7-year old son probably “would find a way to land the ship.”