Sunday, May 23, 2010

Lost Season 6 Screen Print #8 - LOST by Olly Moss

The eighth and final print in the new LOST Season 6 screen print series by Damon Carlton and a Polar Bear is “LOST” by the super popular Olly Moss. This is the print The Blot’s been waiting all week for, and it definitely lived up to the hype! Moss continues to blow me away with each and every screen print he releases.

Damon, Carlton and a Polar Bear Lost Season 6 Screen Print #8 - LOST by Olly Moss
Can you identify each and every LOST related element in the print above? If not, here’s a little cheat sheet: John Locke's wheelchair, the Ajira Airways logo, a broken Virgin Mary statue with heroine hidden inside, Sawyer’s glasses, a sonic fence pylon, the Dharma Initiative’s Swan Station logo, dynamite, Dharma fish biscuit, polar bear tracks, Locke’s knife, the Losties’ beach graveyard, Locke’s scar/eye, Charlie’s hand, the watchtower, the skeleton of a Dharma Initiative workman, Hurley’s lottery ticket with “the Numbers,” the Black Rock, Jin’s watch, the atomic bomb Jughead, the hieroglyphics, the Swan Station’s failsafe key, the radio tower, a Dharma van, the donkey wheel, Richard Alpert’s necklace, an ankh, Locke or Christian Shephard’s coffin, Charlie’s “Not Penny’s Boat” hand, the logo of Oceanic Airlines, Jack’s eye opening while laying in the bamboo field from the pilot episode, Nikki and Paolo’s diamonds/a spider’s web, and Kate’s handcuffs.

LOST” by Olly Moss is an 18”x24” screen print, comes hand signed and numbered by the artist, and has a limited edition run size of 550 prints. You could have purchased this print directly from Damon Carlton and a Polar Bear’s online store for $50 each before it sold out.

In celebration of Lost's series finale, and to bring finality to the LOST ARG poster series, eight top designers and artists, who are also fans of the show, were commissioned to create artwork celebrating top moments from the 6th and final season. Four artists you may recognize and four new artists to DCaaPB screen print campaign, created all new labor intensive, hand-pulled screen prints in celebration of the end of LOST. Each screen print has a limited edition of just 550 prints, with 450 available to the public through
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