See the Rest of Mondo's Gorgeous Oscar Posters for 'Argo' & More

February 25, 2013

Mondo Oscar Posters

Last week, the first round of posters that Mondo created to commemorate the nominees at the 85th Academy Awards (see a full list of the winners here) were unleashed, and damn were they exquisite. Last night, during the live broadcast of The Oscars, the rest of the posters were unveiled and sold out in quick fashion as usual. While you can't get ahold of these posters from Mondo anymore, they're still awesome, and might make a good desktop or cell phone background. SlashFilm has the posters for Wreck-It Ralph, Argo, Zero Dark Thirty, Django Unchained, Brave and Moonrise Kingdom. See them all below!

Zero Dark Thirty (see the variant here)

Zero Dark Thirty

Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom



Wreck-It Ralph (see the variant here)

Wreck-It Ralph

Rich Kelly's Django Unchained (see the variant here)

Django Unchained



Tyler Stout's Django Unchained (see the variant here)

Django Unchained

Argo was created by Kilian Eng, Moonrise Kingdom was created by Jay Ryan, Brave was created by Dave Petersen, Wreck-It Ralph was created by Tom Whalen and Zero Dark Thirty was created by Jock. As for the two posters for Django Unchained, Rich Kelly created the first long one, and you could have probably guessed that Tyler Stout created the other one. My personal favorite is the Argo poster, but that Wreck-It Ralph print is awesome. If you're desperate for these posters, check eBay for any sellers and hopefully they're not too pricey. Otherwise, artists tend to sell their own proofs, so maybe keep your ear to the ground.

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  • I was only able to get 'Brave', stunning work.
  • Xerxexx
    Holy shit. Epic.
  • Argo one is pretty special, who did that?
    • David Banner
      Kilian Eng. That was one awesome poster. Wonder how long it will be before someone tries to make that Sci-Fi flick :)
      • Cheers David, I thought it might have been him, his work is pretty amazing, on some super Moebius meets scifi movie styles, crazilly detailed too.
  • May be obvious but the fact that the soilder a spell out "Zero Dark Thirty" is awesome
    • David Banner
      Ah! Good spot! :)
  • Al
    Thank god Disqus finally came away from that awful commenting system. I've been unable to comment on firstshowing for I think two years now. Incase it happens again, please keep in mind that it is plagued with errors, and to maybe switch to a different service. Anyway, great posters.
  • castingcouch
    Argo one looks like some 1970s sci-fi poster. Impressive art nonetheless.
    • "nonetheless"? That was the intent.
      • castingcouch
        In other words, I didn't think the Argo one was entirely appropriate, but the others look OK.
        • Since the film they were supposed to be "making" in the movie was a 1970s science fiction film, how is it not appropriate?
  • Love these posters and I got the one for THE MASTER but Mondo really needs to work this stuff out. I kept f5ing the hell out of the page and always got to the checkout before they even tweeted about it but then all hell breaks loose. I know they won't fix it because it makes people complain and that is part of their deal and I hate that about them.




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