British artist, graphic designer and illustrator Olly Moss has designed this cool show poster to celebrate this year's Oscars, which mark the Academy's 85th anniversary. The poster features 85 Oscar statuettes, each of which represent one of the best picture winners from the past 85 years. For example, last year's winner, "The Artist," is shown via a black-and-white statue, while "The King's Speech," the winner from 2011, gets a mini microphone. Test yourself at the Oscars site.
The original poster will be on display starting this week as part of the Academy's exhibition in collaboration with Gallery1988 Melrose in Los Angeles.
If you like your print work to be a little less cerebral, we love this Scandinavian take on skiing, created by agency Anti for ski resort Oslo Winterpark. Hint: It advertises the resort's new T-Bar-less chairlifts, which eliminate bruising on a certain part of your body. Check it out on Creativity-Online.com, and follow @creativitymag on Twitter for more great work.
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