From a galaxy far far away and into your own home, Society6 has teamed up with Disney to create a Star Wars design collection for home goods. The officially-licensed collaboration features a "fleet" of Star Wars artwork created by independent artists (such as Maggie Stephenson, Josh Ln, and Matthew Taylor Wilson) from the Society6 community. Beloved characters from the Skywalker Saga come to life with several all-new prints featuring Storm Troopers, droids, and members of the Dark Side alike. Nicole LaMotte Shop Star Wars x Society6 Home Goods Collection here The Force is strong with these designs, from a minimalist print of R2-D2 titled " Keep Calm and Droid On ", to more cheeky additions like the cartoon-y " Dark Side " diagram print. This collection has something for fans of any trilogy, with homages to the original series (such as images of Boba Fett and C-3PO), the prequel series (the Battle Droids), and a particularly intricate botanical piece, " The Floral Awakens ", with references to The Force Awakens. You can have these designs printed on home goods like tapestries, coffee mugs, acrylic boxes, side tables, bar stools, and more, or collect them as wall decor and framed art… Read full this story
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