During the Academy Awards broadcast last year, the good folks at Mondo dropped a few gorgeous prints from films that were nominated. They’re doing the same thing this year, and today they’ve unveiled the first three posters in their second annual Oscar series: Laurent Durieux’s The Master, Olly Moss’ Les Miserables, and DKNG’s ParaNorman. All three posters are unsurprisingly excellent, but I’m absolutely mesmerized by Durieux’s entrancing print for The Master. It’s a stunning piece of work, and I’m sure many of you will be angling to nab a copy during Sunday’s ceremony.
Mondo says that many more posters will be unveiled during the awards show broadcast, when said prints will also go on sale. Hit the jump to preview these first three prints, and start preparing to do some very fast typing on Sunday night. As always, follow @MondoNews for the on-sale announcements.
The Master by Laurent Durieux
- $55 edition of 385
Les Miserables by Olly Moss
- $50 edition of 380
ParaNorman by DKNG
- $45 edition of 275
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