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Olly Moss

  1. Keep an Eye Out: New Studio Ghibli and Batman Themed Art Posters From Mondo and Huckleberry

    Almost Totally Excellent

    As usual, Mondo has released some gorgeous new posters celebrating some favorite movies and characters, and Huckleberry has joined in on the action. Mondo is set to release two prints by Olly Moss, each priced at $50, featuring gorgeous poster designs for Studio Ghibli's Spirited Away and Howl's Moving Castle. You can see the sweet Spirited Away poster after the break, as well as two versions of Huckleberry and Tom Whalen's "Batman Classic TV Series" prints. Considering the way No Face blends in with the lanterns on the Spirited Away poster, and the gorgeous colors in each, you'll need good luck to snag one of these. They're bound to sell fast! The Mondo prints will go on sale at a random time today, according to their twitter and newsletter, and will be announced via the Mondo News twitter. Meanwhile, you can grab the Huckleberry prints from their website, if you're lucky.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: Super-Batman Is My New Favorite Superhero

    Things We Saw Today

    Faster than a... speeding... Batarang? This shirt was found in a shop in India. The caption reads "man behind brief and mask!!" (FashionablyGeek)

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  3. Things We Saw Today: This Star Wars Wedding Cake Is Most Impressive

    Things We Saw Today

    Each tier of depicts a different scene: The bottom is Luke on Tatooine in a A New Hope (the groom's been to that filming location), the middle is Leia meeting Wicket in Return of the Jedi (the bride's been to that filming location), and the top is the wedding of Anakin and Padme in Attack of the Clones (they want to visit that filming location together). Visit That's Nerdalicious for detail shots.

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  4. Black Widow in From Russia With Guns and Other Abandoned Designs from Olly Moss

    eye candy

    Designer and artist Olly Moss has made an end-of-year post collecting a few of the graphic ideas he had that never went anywhere, either because the project was cancelled, it changed direction, or he had a better idea. Get ready to feel really inadequate about what constitutes a "bad idea."

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Prohibition-Era S.H.I.E.L.D.

    Things We Saw Today

    "I recognize the government has made an Amendment, but given that it's a stupid-ass Amendment I've elected to ignore it!" By DeviantArtist Sairobi. (via io9)

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  6. Save Point Bookmark

    Olly Moss designed this bookmark for, oddly enough, Urban Outfitters instead of somewhere like GameStop. Either way, pretty neat. For those who don't yet want to upgrade to e-readers, but still want a digital feel with their books. Every good gamer knows they'll need more than one of these bookmarks, as a single save point is never safe.

    (Olly Moss via Agent M Loves Tacos)

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  7. 9 Minimalist Black-and-Red Posters for Classic Movies

    Artist Olly Moss is well known for his minimalist black-and-red movie posters. To promote a free summer movie series they'll be running in August, Levi's and the Alamo Drafthouse commissioned Moss to make posters for nine films in his signature style: He did not disappoint. Below, see Moss' reinterpretations of Dirty Harry, The Godfather Part II, Rocky, Convoy, RoboCop, On the Waterfront, Jackie Brown, The Blues Brothers, and There Will Be Blood. There are some clever references to the movies' happenings in a few, like the stairs in Rocky and the Genco Olive Oil Company in Godfather Part II. But you don't have to have seen the movies to appreciate these posters.

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