Olly Moss has created some truly amazing bits of pop culture art over the years, but not every idea makes it to a final product. Seeing those ideas never make it, from a creative standpoint, is always a little melancholy, but when you see something that’s truly gorgeous that never came to be, it’s heartbreaking.
Harry Potter fans best clear some serious wall space, because this gorgeous series of officially-licensed giclée art prints—created by acclaimed artist Olly Moss in collaboration with Pottermore—are a must-have.
If you’re attending New York Comic-Con, you’re going to want to visit Bottleneck Gallery at Booth #2171—just be prepared to stand in line. The gallery has an unbelievable lineup of exclusive limited edition art that it will be releasing all throughout the weekend, and we’re stoked to premiere a few of the pieces.
The best things come to those who wait—especially those who wait in line. Giving up their precious time to stand in a line for hours (or days) to do or see something cool has always been a badge of honor for fans. I have many such badges, because I’ve waited in a lot of lines for a lot of things. And I have very few…
J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter books have become such an integral part of the way we all live our lives, sometimes we take aspects of them for granted. Like, for example, the amazing original cover art by Mary GrandPré. She now has new a colleague: Olly Moss.
When one generation thinks of Star Wars, they think of the original films. Another generation grew up with The Phantom Menace. But sandwiched in between, there are people who learned about Star Wars because of Mel Brooks’ 1987 comedy Spaceballs.
A few hours ago, Gotham Academy writer Becky Cloonan pondered a thought I'm sure everyone's had - what if instead of breeding Dinosaurs, Jurassic Park hatched Freddy Krueger? Artists rushed to visualise her idea, resulting in some hilarious sketches.
Olly Moss has designed this awesome poster just in time for the 2013 edition of the Oscars—it has all the Best Picture Academy Awards for the past 85 years, each of them represented by its main character. It's quite a feat.
The genius of Mondo's posters is the way they make us see familiar science fiction and fantasy classics anew. They take the images that we've grown up with, and reimagine them. Sometimes with minimalism, sometimes with incredible ornateness.
Hayao Miyazaki's brilliant Princess Mononoke has taken on a whole new dark power, in this amazing poster by artist supreme Olly Moss. We're super proud to be able to feature this Mondo limited edition, produced just for San Diego Comic Con.
Apparently this take on the Rubin's vase illusion has been bouncing around for awhile, but it's a fun visual trick. And, as a commenter on CBR noted, "Wolverine or two Batmen" is plotline of The Prestige.
For his "Paper Cuts" series, designer Olly Moss created 19th century paper cutouts of some of speculative fiction's most esteemed heroes and villains. Here's a dozen or so characters done up as old timey portraits.
If you need a really awesome shirt that will impress pretty much everybody, then your search is over. For just $20, you could be the proud owner of this "RoboCop on a unicorn" tee.
Alice Krige's Borg Queen oozes sensuality and creepiness in this new poster from Mondo, the Alamo Drafthouse's collectible art boutique. We're bringing you an exclusive first look at the Star Trek: First Contact poster before it goes on sale Thursday.
With Lost is coming up on its final season, artists have reflected on five years of bizarre characters, time travel, mystical occurrences, and a polar bear to create sixteen posters teasing out the key themes and moments from the series.
If you ever find yourself trapped inside a movie or a video game, you may wish you had studied Olly Moss' strategy guide poster, which offers a quick reference on the easiest ways to dispatch enemies from AT-ATs to zombies.