Mondo's Oscar Artwork for 'The Master', 'ParaNorman' and 'Les Mis'
by Alex Billington
February 21, 2013
Fight. Dream. Hope. Love. Everyone is making Oscar artwork this year. Mondo, the poster art kings at the moment, are returning with their 2nd annual poster series for The Oscars tied to nominated films in select categories. A press email sent out has unveiled three of the posters in the new series, for three films from the 85th Academy Award nominees. Only one of them is a Best Picture nom, Les Miserables; the other two are nominated throughout the Oscars - Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master, without any of Oscar-nominee Joaquin Phoenix on it, plus Laika's ParaNorman, nominated for Animated Feature. Take a look!
Up first, here's the art for P.T. Anderson's The Master, designed by Laurent Durieux printed 24"x36".
Here's Olly Moss' 24"x36" art for Tom Hooper's Les Miserables, which will be taking home a few Oscars.
Finally, designed by DKNG for Laika's stop-motion animated film ParaNorman, in 24"x36" landscape.
The email sent out stated: "Here is a preview of 3 posters that will be available. Many more posters will be unveiled during the awards show broadcast." Last year, they dropped a series of Oscar nominee posters during the show, going on sale while it was happening. We've seen so much artwork recently for many of the Oscar nominated films, except for The Master since it's not a Best Picture nominee. It does have three acting nominations, including Philip Seymour Hoffman. All the posters in Mondo's Oscar series will be available for sale during the awards show on Sunday, February 24 on MondoTees. Do you like any of these so far?
Xerxexx on Feb 21, 2013
I know Mondo is profitable because they are extremely exclusive, but I would love the chance to own one of their pieces without having to hawkeye my twitter account all day. The Master is living room quality hanging.
Tyler Morgan on Feb 21, 2013
FUUUUUCK The master one is gorgeous
daneforst on Feb 21, 2013
Zeus on Feb 21, 2013
Wow those are absolutely beautiful. Especially the first one. I love that!
George Caltsoudas on Feb 23, 2013
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