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My Neighbor Totoro by Olly Moss

As a huge fan of alternative movie posters I love nothing more than discovering an artist whose work absolutely rocks. One of the hottest names in the industry at the moment is Olly Moss, a 24 year old English designer who has experienced a dramatic rise to fame over the past few years.

Japanese Variant

Olly made his name as a popular artist via the online T Shirt store, Threadless where his designs became a firm favourite of fans worldwide. Since then he has moved into designing movie posters, concentrating on popular culture as his inspiration. He now works on a commission only basis, working with clients such as Sony Entertainment, Nike, Lucasfilm, Apple and The New York Times. You can check out some of his recent work at his official website here.

Olly is regularly commissioned by movie studios to produce official posters or alternative posters for their films. His work regularly sells out within minutes and is often seen on eBay hours later changing hands for hundreds of dollars. His latest piece of work, a poster for the 1988 Japanese anime classic ‘MY NEIGHBOR TOTORO’ has been commissioned by Studio Ghibli to coincide with a recently announced 15-title, 25-year retrospective, which plays the IFC Center in New York City.

All of the ‘My Neighbor Totoro’ prints were snapped up last Friday, but this morning via his official twitter page, Olly has kindly announced that a few final prints will be available to buy from 5pm today UK time. Olly will only announce the URL to purchase the prints from on his own twitter page just before they go on sale. Prints are sure to sell out in double fast time, so clear your diary, lock yourself away with your computer and get that credit card ready. If you are fortunate enough to get your hands on one of these gorgeous prints you definitely won’t regret it!

My Neighbor Totoro by Olly Moss 

Size: 20” x 36”
Edition: 400 Regular / 150 Variant
Prices are $200/350 for the regular/variant

(Regular poster is in English language and variant is Japanese)



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