Olly Moss is a world renowned artist who many of you might be familiar with his jaw dropping Mondo print of Evil Dead and his fantastic work with silhouettes. He just recently released his first ever book, Silhouettes from Popular Culture, which I reviewed a couple of months ago that you can read here.
Today we’ve been given a real treat with a video from Offset 2012, an Ireland based conference that featured Olly Moss as one of its speakers. The entire 45 minute video is very fascinating to any fans of his work or art in general. In it, he talks about his earliest work as a young 15-year-old kid all the way up to his gig at Mondo where he created some of his most famous work for the Evil Dead and Star Wars prints. Not only does Moss go through his successes but he also goes through the prints that were failures and why certain companies decided not to go with them. It’s all very interesting and worth every bit of your time.
Olly Moss is a great artist who has stayed extremely humble throughout his success and is always pushing himself to create the next best thing.
Check out the video below. Enjoy.