PHOTOS: Mardi Gras art prints and t-shirts arrive at Universal Orlando Resort

This week, we spotted some new Mardi Gras merchandise at Universal Studios Florida, including art prints and new t-shirts. As the team members prepare the park for Mardi Gras, more and more merchandise appears. These items can be found at the All Hallows Voodoo shop in Islands of Adventure.

Mardi Gras King Gator Print 8×10 – $19.99

Bring home a piece of Universal’s Mardi Gras celebration with this print featuring a fan-favorite float.

The alligator wears Mardi Gras beads in addition to its green, yellow and purple crown.

This print can be found at the All Hallows Voodoo store at Islands of Adventure in the Universal Orlando Resort.

Voodoo doll with 8×10 alligator art print – $19.99

In this print, a voodoo doll seems to have found a friend in this alligator.

The doll has voodoo pins sticking out of her hat and a heart on her pant leg, which matches the heart on the alligator’s paw.

A wrought iron fence separates the couple from a blue and purple sky with a crescent moon.

Voodoo Doll Reading a Book at Gator Art Print 8×10 – $19.99

Here, the voodoo doll cuddles up with her alligator friend.

The smiling voodoo doll reads to a satisfied alligator.

Stars and moss hang from the tree, with purple and blue skies in the background.

Mardi Gras T-shirt – $35

This Mardi Gras tee features a skeleton playing the guitar with neon coloring.

A fleur-de-lis adorns her hat and pearls are present throughout the design.

The shirt says “Mardi Gras Universal Studios” at the bottom, with the year on the wearer’s left side.

Mardi Gras Long Sleeve Tee – $40

We found another tee, this time at Toon Extra in Toon Lagoon.

It has a Mardi Gras 2022 logo on the front.

The back features a colorful design with a Mardi Gras mask in an orb helmet. He says “Party out of this world!”

For more Mardi Gras products, check out this article.

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Elaine F. Brim