Earlier today, we posted an Olly Moss poster that you can’t buy. Little did we know that mere hours later, he’d reveal three that you can at least attempt to buy. And they are exquisite.
The minimalist man behind some gorgeous Lost and Rolling Roadshow posters is the next artist in the Mondo Star Wars series and he’s not only created one, he’s created three 24 x 36 inch beauties for Star Wars, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
Each print has a pretty big edition size, 400 each, and cost $50 each. They’ll go on sale on Mondo’s site Monday December 20 at a random time. Follow @MondoNews on Twitter for the announcement. After the jump, look at the three images in all their glory. Read More »
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Unfortunately, none of us will ever get a chance to own this beautiful Thor poster designed by Olly Moss. Moss was commissioned by Craig Kyle and Kevin Feige at Marvel Pictures to make a poster that would solely be distributed to the cast and crew of the upcoming superhero film, scheduled for release May 6. A very limited run of 100 of these posters were made and only one person who didn’t work on the movie has one.
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Earlier this year, floods raged across Nashville, Tennessee. Families were displaced, homes were destroyed and according to Newsweek, more than 30 people were killed with about $1 billion in damages. It was a national tragedy. Out of tragedy, though, comes the best of us. One example is an online raffle that’s being run by The Kharma Initiative. Organized by Lost fan Myrna Irene Brown-Kainth, it’s to benefit The Wayman Family, whose home was devastated in the floods, and features some amazing prizes ranging from an incredibly sought after Locke’s Secret print by Olly Moss that was personally signed and donated by Damon Lindelof, an original Lost sketch by Tim Doyle all the way down to collectible busts and figures from Star Wars, Iron Man and more. For more information, visit The Kharma Initiative or just click here to donate. But hurry up! The raffle ends October 24. We’ve got more of the prizes, many of which we’ve written about on the site, after the jump. Read More »
Alamo Drafthouse Films have given us an exclusive look at the movie poster for their first release, Four Lions. The minimalistic poster was created by Jon Contino and /Film favorite Olly Moss. The movie, which premiered at Sundance, is an British indie comedy about a splinter cell of bumbling jihadists. I got to see the film recently, and it’s equal parts laugh out loud funny and “wow, this is just wrong.” I’m just glad that a movie like this can actually get theatrical distribution in the U.S. Check out the full poster now after the jump, along with the previously released trailer and more information on where you can see this film on the big screen.
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Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas is mere hours away and we’ve got a look at some of the awesome poster art from Mondo that will be on sale at the event. There are posters for Let Me In and Rubber both by /Film favorite Olly Moss, Roger Corman (co-winner of this year’s Fantastic Fest Lifetime Achievement Award) by Zach Hobbs, Red, White & Blue by Sawdust, Nevermore by Alan Hynes, and X: The Man With X-Ray Eyes by Rob Jones.
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A couple weeks back, we posted the schedule for the Alamo Drafthouse’s 2010 Rolling Road Show. The traveling movie screening series just one of the many reasons the Alamo Drafthouse is the greatest movie theater on the planet. For those who don’t know, the Drafthouse travels around the United States to present one-time-only screenings of classic films using a portable movie theater which they set-up in famous locations from the films. This year’s line-up includes Jackie Brown, Dirty Harry, There Will Be Blood, Convoy, The Blues Brothers, Robocop, Rocky I-III, On The Waterfront, and The Godfather Part II.
To promote each of the screenings, Alamo has commissioned UK artist Olly Moss to create posters for each of the screenings. We’ve featured Moss many times on the site in the past (Locke inspired Lost poster and t-shirt, The Evil Dead Poster), and is probably best known for his popular t-shirt designs which have spread across the interwebs (the Spoilers t-shirt and a series of retro movie poster remakes that we previously featured in Cool Stuff, and Shoot The Baddies). Hit the jump to see Moss’ awesome designs for the Rolling Roadshow films, along with more information about the upcoming events.
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Florian Bertmer and UK artist Olly Moss have both created awesome new posters for The Evil Dead, in connection with the recent screenings at the Alamo Drafthouse in Austin Texas.
We’ve featured Moss many times on the site in the past (Locke inspired Lost poster and t-shirt), and is probably best known for his popular t-shirt designs which have spread across the interwebs (the Spoilers t-shirt and a series of retro movie poster remakes that we previously featured in Cool Stuff, and Shoot The Baddies).
More information and photos after the jump.
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The DamonCarltonAndAPolarBear.com Lost-Inspired art viral has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean that the goodies are completely gone. You might remember that one of the 16 LOST-inspired posters was created by 21-year old UK artist Olly Moss. We’ve featured Moss many times on the site in the past, and is probably best known for his popular t-shirt designs which have spread across the interwebs (the Spoilers t-shirt and a series of retro movie poster remakes that we previously featured in Cool Stuff, and Shoot The Baddies).
Olly Moss’s Saul Bass inspired poster for the character of Locke is titled “Locke’s Secret” which featured the subtitle “Just Don’t Tell Him What He Can’t Do…” sold out in record time. Gallery 1988 has printed some t-shirts featuring the design. The bad news is that you can only buy it in person at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles on 7020 Melrose Avenue. They will be open Christmas Eve from 11 – 4 PM. Check out the full t-shirt after the jump.
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