The Dark Knight Rises Poster by Olly Moss (Timed Edition Onsale Info)

Mondo will release their first ever timed edition tomorrow night. Olly Moss’ The Dark Knight Rises poster is a 16″ x 24″ screenprint for $40. They’ll go up for sale on Wednesday, July 18th at 12:01am Central Time, and they’ll stay up for 24 hours. The number of prints sold will determine the edition. Visit Mondotees.com.

EDIT: This is an updated image. I had the wrong one up before.

74 Responses to “The Dark Knight Rises Poster by Olly Moss (Timed Edition Onsale Info)”

  1. Blah blah blah, I get it, most of you think $14 is reasonable for shipping, I’m just posting my point.

    Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the opportunity to finally get an Olly Moss print drop so I’m just playing devil’s advocate.

    I buy poster tubes at retail prices, use packing paper, tape, etc… and it never cost me more than $12 to ship in the US (Priority Mail)… and that’s without wholesale prices.

    Anyhow… keep up the timed editions Mondo, I appreciate it!

  2. Print companies pay the same amount per tube as anyone else. I buy from the same Yazoo site as you.

  3. I love this idea and got one earlier. Looking at my movie collection, one movie jumped out as my choice for a golden ticket: The Sandlot. I don’t know, I guess the era it’s set in strikes me as appropriate for Olly’s style.

  4. Amazing artist! I would have loved to have gotten a copy of Olly’s ‘My Neighbour Totoro’ (variant) and his ‘Return of the Jedi’ posters! But this one will suffice…. for now.

    I think if I won the golden ticket, I’d ask him do something like Pan’s Labyrinth!

  5. 9,350 is the edition size. I’m a bit surprised it wasn’t larger.

  6. They never said the Golden Ticket poster had to be based on a movie. It can be based on any subject.

  7. @admin Retail for me is Staples/Office Max, which I guarantee costs more than my “yahoo site,” whatever that means. And if you aren’t getting a bulk discount through a supplier, that would be your own fault.

    Anyhow, almost $400K in the bank, that’s still pretty impressive (I, too, thought the edition size would push 15K)… like I said, here’s hoping to more timed editions in the future!

  8. Colin: I think he was referring to Yazoo (http://www.yazoomills.com/) not Yahoo.

  9. Ah, fair enough… my brain ignored the Z and assumed it was a Y, hence my confusion.

    But, to the point, their prices are way better than any retail store I buy tubes at, I just never need more than 1 or 2 at a time.

    Anyhow, I’m off the topic… I would pay $14 in shipping any day of the week to be able to buy some of the posters I’ve really wanted from Mondo over the years, so no more complaints from me, I promise!

  10. What is the actual number? I knew @admin could do this. You guys had this planned for sometime. You even knew about it when when @admin and I had a short discussion about my words. Every release should be like this and keep the variants limited.

  11. Tyler Stout Avengers would have been a nice timed release.

  12. It’s nice to have a times release, but they might as well offset printed these. They aren’t even worth the paper they are printed on in an edition of almost 10k. Which if you are a collector that’s crazy.
    I don’t understand why people think they should be charged actual shipping cost. Do you guys not understand that they have a staff, overhead on a retail space, shipping supplies, cost, and time. People on eBay get like this too.
    I also don’t get why people think if you can sell something on eBay at 4x the amount you bought it in 2 hours that it’s a bad thing. That’s great! It’s not like if all of those people stopped doing that magically you become the only fan of the Avengers or Akira.
    Just be happy there is even a company that is printing a good about of quality movie posters.

  13. anyone above who is complaining about shipping is just doing so to complain.
    This isn’t one guy selling 1 print on ebay. This is a company paying a few people an hourly wage to properly handle a valuable item and wrap it properly and pack it properly.
    Mondo made a ton of money but running a business isn’t free. Olly didn’t make this print for free, Mondo either paid him a 1 time fee or a per print cut. Mondo/Olly also had to pay to license the use of Batman/Dark Knight Rises from DC/ Warner bros.

    I’m happy they did what they did! If you are not happy, save your money and buy more tissues so you can continue crying about it.

  14. I’m looking for someone who can tell me about a Dark Knight “poster” I have. It is 24″ x 11.5″, matte front back and laminated (?) back. What is it? I haven’t been able to find anything like it online. It was acquired from a theatre after the movie’s first run, and has been rolled and stored in a tube. Any idea what it would be worth? Thanks for any info you can give me!

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