Every second in Star Wars IV arranged by how bright it isS

You're looking at every single second in Star Wars IV: A New Hope arranged according to their luminosity by Jason Salavon. It reminds me of a really cool book that I got a couple weeks ago—Star Wars: Frames. We are giving a copy of the book away, plus an original sketch by Star Wars' artistic director Iain McCaig.

It's an amazing new low-cost hardcover print of the $3,000 limited-edition set that came out in 2011. This one is $150, but you can get it for $93 at Amazon.

This edition is solid. Like the previous one, it contains two large-format books with a collection of 1,416 frames arranged in chronological order. The publishers say that George Lucas picked the frames from more the more than 1 million that make the entire saga.

Every second in Star Wars IV arranged by how bright it is

One has the original movies and the other one contains the prequels (which you can conveniently discard or give away, as far as I am concerned.)

Every second in Star Wars IV arranged by how bright it is

Both are printed beautifully. They are huge. And heavy too. It's a pleasure to peruse its pages and explore every frame in detail. And they smell of the collectable cards that I glued to an album back when the original movie came out, in 1977.

Every second in Star Wars IV arranged by how bright it is

The publisher Abrams gave us a copy of the book, plus an original Yoda sketch by Star Wars artistic director Iain McCaig, which you can see below.

Every second in Star Wars IV arranged by how bright it isS

We are giving them away to two lucky readers. You can win them by following Sploid—Gizmodo's spin-off for all things awesome—on Facebook. Post a screenshot showing that you joined here in the comments. We will pick the winner in the coming days.