Caught news of the roll out of Star Wars themed collection bins on Keith Olbermann the other night (I'm sure I'm not the only one; according to their stats, it's the most DVR'd program on TV. Glad I could help, Keith) A friend of mine sent me a picture of the R2D2 bin in Austin today, along with a link to a goofily mocked up video of a letter being inserted into R2D2 by Princess Leia (www.uspsjedimaster.com) that probably could have been done better by any of the special effects people I've met here in Austin.
If there was any truth in advertising, the postmen would be dressed up to look like Stormtroopers (heralded over by a postmaster general garbed like a leering Emperor Palpatine) rather than bins painted up to look like freedom loving androids; but then I guess I'm just nitpicking. I don't have a serious beef with the post office, I just don't appreciate all the snail mail spam that they insist on bringing me.
True artwork doesn't come in the form of a repetitively decaled mail bin, anyway. True artwork can be found one block up the street from the R2D2 bin on Congress Ave, in front of the Littlefield Building at 6th and Congress; the location selected for S.C. Essai's Cybertar (I blogged on the subject of finishing this behemoth of a project several months ago)
There is a map to all of the Guitartown displays on the Guitartown website. I haven't seen any of them that I didn't like.