The art on the headpiece features an orange-tinged Yoda – one of the films’ characters – holding a red-coloured lightSabre, a weapon used in the trilogy. Red lightSabres are normally associated with Stars Wars villains, so Lucasfilm contacted the Flyers and asked for a change.
The colour of the lightSabre has since changed to green and Yoda’s skin tone also changed to his natural green hue.
Since Disney now owns lucasfilms and are notorious for going after copyright infringers I expected the story to be about them telling Bryz to not use their characters on his mask. Interesting they just wanted the character to match the Star Wars universe.
Could've sworn there was another topic about it, but it's not that surprising. If you don't enforce a copyright, you run the risk of losing it. I'm more surprised that they let him keep it with such minimal changes.