The Art of An American Werewolf in London

Olly MossAn American Werewolf in London (1981) was about a college guy and his friend hitchhiking around England’s cow pastures, doing their best not to step in anything, when they are attacked by a werewolf. You heard the offense, but didn’t see it. So maybe it was a werecow.

A fun and funny horror flick that has achieved cult status and is still being interpreted to this day. U.K. artist Olly Moss, who I blogged about December 18, 2010, is one of those still keeping the moonlights on for what is one of the best werewolf movies ever made. His new posters for An American Werewolf in London are not only cooler than all get out, but are probably sold out by now. I know, I should’ve said something earlier. But my TV isn’t gonna watch itself, man.

Olly MossOlly’s work extends to a wide variety of rent-paying clients, from cobblers Nike™ and Puma™, to sweater fashionistas Urban Outfitters™ and GQ magazine, a publication solely designed to tell me I have the fashion sense of a sewer inspector.

Olly’s minimalist yet impactful style, shown here with his groovy Star Trek, The Evil Dead and horror/sci-fi villain target posters, make him one of the more in-demand graphic designers working the rent-paying circuit. Check out his art or hire him to make your sweaters leap off the shelves by clicking HERE.

Olly Moss

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