Star Wars Set 10 Moss

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Postby morecoffee on Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:20 pm

I think this set is awesome. I especially like the Return of the Jedi poster.
It seems strange to me that Olly would switch the colors up on Empire and new Hope. I read or heard somewhere that colors were associated with the 3 original films- yellow for new Hope, red for Empire, and green for Jedi.
Maybe a yellow C3PO was too much. I think these designs are smart and slick. Kid Olly has it going on up stairs.
Another knockout.

EDIT: My bad. The color for New Hope was blue, not yellow- blue, red, and green for episodes IV, V, VI.
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Postby Darkknight37 on Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:26 pm

morecoffee wrote:I think this set is awesome. I especially like the Return of the Jedi poster.
It seems strange to me that Olly would switch the colors up on Empire and new Hope. I read or heard somewhere that colors were associated with the 3 original films- yellow for new Hope, red for Empire, and green for Jedi.
Maybe a yellow C3PO was too much. I think these designs are smart and slick. Kid Olly has it going on up stairs.
Another knockout.

I agree! I'd been hoping he'd be doing something similar to his Evil Dead print soon, and in my opinion these have far surpassed it!
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Postby srdzevon on Sun Dec 19, 2010 9:41 pm

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jsan20 wrote:Nice set will break my no mondo rule for this. I hate how they can't take the effort to get them signed. How many people wouldn't pay an extra 10 bucks for a signed copy. 1200x10-$12000 extra on two $100 dollar shippments and the artist's time.


Why would you break your rule now? That makes no sense. I'd sit this one out for sure if I were you. Don't compromise on your beliefs man!


You might need to show him how its done.... I'll compromise for you both and grab a set... 8)


Oh I'll be there. 8) I just think jsan20 should stand up for what he believes. One less dog on the pile. :wink:
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Postby chimpun on Mon Dec 20, 2010 12:01 pm

RiotAct wrote:
RupertPupkin wrote:Generally speaking I could not care less whether or not a print is signed. Why are people that concerned?


gives it that extra little personalization


also gives it that extra $$$
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Postby jsan20 on Mon Dec 20, 2010 9:03 pm

SOB I missed out these are really awesome my wife even likes them. Moss's drop is going to be a heck of a lot harder. I hope he does a lotto. I have work all week including christmas eve. I don't want to f5 for hours to come up empty handed.
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Postby RiotAct on Mon Dec 20, 2010 9:57 pm

jsan20 wrote:Moss's drop is going to be a heck of a lot harder. I hope he does a lotto.


I wouldn't be too sure about that... seems like he's going to be asking a lot more for his copies that Mondo was for theirs.
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Postby goldenrose on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:03 pm

chimpun wrote:
RiotAct wrote:
RupertPupkin wrote:Generally speaking I could not care less whether or not a print is signed. Why are people that concerned?


gives it that extra little personalization


also gives it that extra $$$


The A/P addition that I bought off his site for "let me in" was not signed - bummer. And it did not come from him it was mailed to me from - I think - Mitch. So I think its doubtful they will be signed or even mailed by Olly's shop. But they will probably cost more - just like my A/P did.
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Postby smokeycat on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:11 pm

huh? :? if true, that is a real bummer... :(
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Postby goldenrose on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:14 pm

smokeycat wrote:huh? :? if true, that is a real bummer... :(


Yup and I didn't read the fine print - it only says hand-numbered. In fact none of the prints for sale on his site are signed and are only "hand-numbered": http://ollymoss.bigcartel.com/product/let-me-in
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Postby rossi1102 on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:22 pm

goldenrose wrote:
smokeycat wrote:huh? :? if true, that is a real bummer... :(


Yup and I didn't read the fine print - it only says hand-numbered. In fact none of the prints for sale on his site are signed and are only "hand-numbered": http://ollymoss.bigcartel.com/product/let-me-in

From Olly's Twitter he says he will be signing them, the price is going to be up there though

@IntoStasis Mine are signed and low-numbered (1-50) - only a small number will be publicly available as most are reserved by friends/clients about 14 hours ago via Tweetie for Mac in reply to IntoStasis

Feel sorry for the Fedex man who's currently making his way through the snow to deliver me a 70lb parcel of Star Wars posters. about 14 hours ago via Tweetie for Mac
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Postby jsan20 on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:33 pm

He did say it was going to lower than ebay but higher than mondo. My guess would be 400 for set. I still think it willl be hard maybe only 20 or so copies.
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Postby goldenrose on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:34 pm

Thats cool, it really would be rad to have his signature and a low number :drool:
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Postby smokeycat on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:40 pm

thanks for the insight. :)
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Postby MillerTime04 on Mon Dec 20, 2010 10:42 pm

goldenrose wrote:Thats cool, it really would be rad to have his signature and a low number :drool:



There will be a number , they are not AP sets. :lol: They are also my last shot at landing my Lebowski using this print as trade bait. But with a possible $400 price tag it might not be worth it .
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