New Lord of the Rings posters by Olly Moss are awesome

Dec 12 // Liz Rugg

In celebration of everyone's return to Middle Earth with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey coming to theaters this week, Mondo - the collectible movie art division of Texas' The Alamo Drafthouse - will be releasing two brand new posters for The Lord of the Rings, created by artist Olly Moss. In case you missed our recent look at Moss' new art book, what you need to know is that Olly Moss is one of the hottest popular culture artists out there right now, and by combining his design powers with the insane popularity of the LOTR franchise, well, let's just say I wouldn't be surprised if Mondo's website broke when these go on sale.

Speaking of which, the posters will be released online for sale at a random time tomorrow, December 13th. If you're interested in them keep an eye on Mondo's twitter page, which is where they'll announce when they go on sale. Check out details and pictures of the posters below!

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The Lord of the Rings
Olly Moss 
15" x 36" 
Regular Edition of 580 ($50) 
Variant Edition of 285 ($90)

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