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February 12, 2013

The commemorative poster for the Oscars by Olly Moss

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The guys over at Mondo are no stranger to working with the film industry to create some of the most iconic and memorable designs to ever adorn a wall in promotion of a film.  They also put out duds from time to time.  Today we have a chance to check out the commemorative poster for the awards ceremony:



The commemorative poster was designed by English artist, graphic designer and illustrator Olly Moss in collaboration with Gallery1988.  The special edition piece features 85 Oscar statuettes, each one distinctly inspired by the Best Picture winners from 1927 to 2012.


I actually have no complaints.  I like the poster and think its a pretty classy design.  I wonder what Elliot thinks… I’ll keep you guys posted.


Source: The Academy Awards



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