Olly Moss’ Rolling Roadshow Posters (Leftover Copies Onsale Info)

The Alamo Drafthouse will sell some leftover copies of Olly Moss’ Rolling Roadshow posters today.  Robocop and Dirty Harry are gone, but at least a few of the rest will be available.  These are all 18″ x 24″ screenprints with varying editions.  They go up today (Thursday, February 3rd) at a random time.  Visit Mondotees.com.

33 Responses to “Olly Moss’ Rolling Roadshow Posters (Leftover Copies Onsale Info)”

  1. Any word at how much these will be?

  2. At the show, the prices varied. There Will Be Blood, Godfather and Rocky were $40, Convoy and On the Waterfront were $30, Jackie Brown was $35.

  3. +1 There Will Be Blood…yes!

  4. +1 rocky, + 1 jackie – first ever Moss score! woot!

  5. +1 Convoy…wasn’t my first choice but Rocky went to quick (as did there will be blood.)

  6. Missed TWBB, then thought about the Rocky for 30 seconds, passed on it. Oh well

  7. Once again, added to cart, went through the 15 different screens and got to final confirmation aaannnnnnnd….wait for it….wait for it……Out of Stock.

  8. I must have been lucky today… very odd given recent attempts at mondo, was able to score a few of them including Godfather II that I wanted with no problem at all, even with my jankey 3G connection that I am currently on…. now I hope I don’t get a “sorry we oversold this” email…

  9. Had my eyes on TWBB all morning. Missed it by that much. Them’s the breaks. Oh well.

  10. I played poster buddy for my friend and got him a Rocky to give to his Dad. 2nd drop in a row I havnt gotten anything for myself, but played poster buddy for others. Atleast someone wins in it all :)

  11. I just don’t know how people grab these prints. I was refreshing twitter constantly for the link to buy. As soon as it pops up I click on the link and wait three minutes for the site to load. By then many were already gone. And I’m on a cable connection. I’m jinxed with Mondo. :(

  12. never mondo. never.

  13. Dear Legion,

    Obsession is not a healthy thing.


  14. darn missed it, really wanted a jackie brown

  15. I know there has already been focus on this, however, it appears such responses have not been adequate. I am an avid visitor of omgposters! and mondotees, but I always find myself extremely frustrated about my ability or lack there of to “order” my prints fast enough. I have tried on multiple occasions to attempt to purchase various posters from mondotees and to my surprise I have failed.

    I have wanted to express my concern for this inability to the operators and address the necessity to alter such methods of simply ordering a poster. I cannot state an exact number of attempts that I have made to purchase a poster, but it is significant. Each time I find that I have inserted my personal/shipping information too slowly and lose out on the opportunity to enjoy such art works.

    I know that the operator posted an email he or she received from a frustrated visitor and regurgitated some excuse that if the item is in your “shopping cart” it is not yours until you complete the necessary steps of filling out the information section of the buying process. He or she also stated that having such procedure is beneficial to the fans by allowing all fans the opportunity to get their hands on a rare item. This excuse is not a sufficient excuse. Mondotees has clearly increased the amount of visitors to the site. As evidence of such, I know I was not the only person to become, yet again, another frustrated fan when the exclusive Star Wars prints were released and within approximately forty-five (45) seconds all prints were sold out. I was in “possession” of such prints, but only in my “shopping cart”. The next occurrence was, well, much like I have stated above (i.e., I was too slow to fill in my information).
    With the noticeable increase in visitors there will be an increase in revenue, thus maintaining the same costs for output (as they so currently do by the fact that the actual site has not changed and there have been noticeable “crashes” of the server) it is imperative that mondotees make a move that will enable the “fans” the opportunity to purchase (for retail value, not the over-priced item on eBay) the unique posters they offer WITHOUT the anxiety of having to worry about filling in his or her information in an unreasonable amount of time.
    My proposal is for mondotees to utilize additional capital in order to create a timed check-out. IT IS AS SIMPLE AS THAT!!!! Look at ticketmaster, they allow a reasonable amount time to purchase tickets. It is reasonable because it provides the slow-typer enough time to adequately and sufficiently fill-in the necessary information without the worry that he or she will lose the item the person had so longed for.
    I find it completely unfair to punish a person for typing slowly. This is what the check-out service equates, unfairness to the inexperienced fan who must succumb to the so-called “fans” or “sellers” on eBay who sell the item for an overwhelming amount to the true “fans” unable to simply type fast enough. In my opinion, this straight blows and a change in method is needed.
    Please modify this process, that is all. Thank you,


  16. @ iron jaiden – I don’t know the details behind Legion’s issue(s) with Mondo, so of course that means I don’t know if his bitching is legit or not. However, I do know a little whining every now and then certainly helps for venting. Like, take me and now for instance; frankly, I’m still feeling burned by Mondo and that has definitely (unfortunately) affected my interest (or lack thereof) in some of these recent drops.

  17. I really wanted There Will Be Blood, but I had to work, :(

    I have to agree that Legion’s trolling on Mondo is pretty annoying.

  18. I’d just like to see him be a little bit more articulate.

    “never mondo. never.”

    That’s the laziest rant I’ve ever seen.

  19. So…. has anybody else noticed the typo on the godfather poster?…

    It says OILO but it should say OLIO (oil in Italian)…. sigh.. this one is probably going on the wall in my office and as a Creative director my OCD for such items will make me think of this every time I see this print…. damn, lol

  20. @JohnWayne: Dude it’s just how things work. Mondo is one part of a much larger world of collectibles. You think Mondo’s tough? Try scoring a POW release. I’m sorry you’re not able to buy posters but I promise you it can be done by anyone. You won’t get all but if you do it the same way the rest of us do you’ll get a good 70-80% of what you want.

    (tip: we don’t type personal info in during mondo checkouts. We log into our accounts before the drops and have CC / GC numbers ready to go)

    @just me: dude got caught with his hand in the cookie jar and feels scorned. Every Mondo drop seems to get him all worked up. Fool’s gonna send mondo a severed toe before year’s end, mark my words. :)

  21. I just dig how people get so worked up over pictures. That’s all they are. Ink and paper. Maybe if there was a bread shortage or something…I don’t know. I guess my priorities in life are so much more ambitious, the things I stress about being things…you know, worth stressing about.

  22. @JohnWayne: If Mondo changes to a timed cart system, someone else will just click “Add to cart” faster than you and you’ll be complaining that you’re being punished for clicking slowly rather than typing slowly.

    When there’s far more demand than supply, people are going to miss out. This time it was you, next time it may be me.

  23. @jaiden

    you honestly don’t think that Mondo show change the way their “cart” system operates?

  24. should not show* haha

  25. @PAK: I honestly don’t care how mondo does their cart system. It works fine for me about 99% of the time and when it doesn’t I just shrug it off and hop over to the next pretty piece of paper. If this shit genuinely stresses folks out I highly recommend taking up a different hobby.

    (Tip #2: If you just can’t seem to score posters try redirecting some of that energy spent whining to making friends with those of us that can score. You’d be surprised how far a little sugar goes in this kitchen)

  26. That tip weren’t for you PAK. Just general advice for the playground as a whole :)

  27. I agree with Iron. Go try and get a print from POW and then we will talk about Mondos process

  28. POW is a nightmare, I will give you that. I’m just saying I can completely understand where people who are trying their first Mondo purchase are coming from.

  29. I really dont think Mondo has any issues with their cart system. People only say it is a problem when they don’t get something they are going after. When people get what they want they talk about how smooth it runs. The site doesnt crash which is really the only thing that could cause issues. And since like Moss’s Evil Dead or maybe Wolf Man the site has held strong. I mean it really didnt even crash on the huge SW drops. As long as that stays strong I think it works great.

    And yes POW is a nightmare hah.

  30. @Baker

    I don’t think the server has any issues etiher. I think what everyone gripes about is the fact that the “cart” isn’t really a “cart” since it doesn’t reserve the prints for you and some n00bs don’t know they will have to type in all their account info.

    That being said, can’t wait to see my copy of TWBB in person :)

  31. Just wondering, but what is POW?

  32. http://www.picturesonwalls.com

  33. Thanks PAK!

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