Attention, Baby Yoda Fans: Society6 Has New “Mandalorian” Prints

updated Nov 14, 2020
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Credit: Berlin Michelle, Society6

Calling all Baby Yoda superfans: Society6, an online marketplace for art prints, home decor, and more, just launched new prints in celebration of the second season of “The Mandalorian.” To coincide with the Star Wars franchise’s Mando Mondays—a weekly bounty of all-new products, comics, books, and video game content inspired by the hit Disney+ series—Society6 will release new “Mandalorian” art prints to shop every Monday from now until December 21.

Designed by independent artists and “Star Wars” enthusiasts from the Society6 community, each print will honor the various characters and settings from the live-action series created by Jon Favreau. For the inaugural week of Society6’s Mando Mondays prints, artists Berlin Michelle and Matt Kehler created the most groovy prints of Din Djarin (Pedro Pascal), also known as The Mandalorian, and The Child, the series’ breakout creature colloquially known as “Baby Yoda.”

Michelle has two pieces, “Curious Child” and “Retro Mando,” that evokes those colorful 1960s era posters with psychedelic bubble fonts. Prices range from $15 to $75 depending on print size, print type, and print frame options. Both “Curious Child” and “Retro Mando” come in a variety of different color options to choose from, such as vibrant blues, greens, oranges, and neutral browns.

Kehler also created two pieces, “Mando” and “The Child,” that offer more modern illustrations. The artist utilizes lots of oranges, dark greens, and neutrals. The price range for Kehler’s creations are similar to that of Michelle’s, all depending on print size, print type, and print frame options.  

The prints would make ideal gifts for “The Mandalorian” superfans this holiday season. Visit Society6 every Monday for new Mando Mondays “Mandalorian” prints. This is the way.