Artist Transforms Quotes From ‘The Mandalorian’ Season Two Into Retro Movie Posters – Design You Trust

Artist Transforms Quotes From ‘The Mandalorian’ Season Two Into Retro Movie Posters

Artist Butcher Billy (previously) of Curitiba, Brazil, has designed fantastic posters for our favorite Mando dad and his adopted son. All of them celebrate the best moments, quotes, and, in many cases, the humor from each episode of the hit series’ second season. With their weathered look and color palettes, these might as well have been created before A New Hope even came to theaters in 1977.

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