Olly Moss: Cutouts

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If you want to see practically all of the fantastic paper cutout silhouette portraits created by pop-culture-enthusiast artist Olly Moss from his solo exhibition at Gallery 1988 in LA, you can do so here.

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Chris Huth

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Chris Huth is a local Denver artist who has been making some waves lately. He recently completed a poster for the Required Reading show at Gallery 1988 in LA. He also just completed a totally kick ass poster for Mogwai. Chris is a pretty low key guy who never really tells you exactly what he is up to when you run into him in person but he’s always got something good going on behind the scenes. He’s amazingly talented and is one of the rarest breeds of artists who is every bit as good at drawing and illustrating as he is at silkscreening. Keep any eye out for Huth’s work because my guess is he’s got a lot more coming.

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Olly Moss at Gallery 1988

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Olly Moss caused quite a stir with his recent lasercut silhouette solo show at Gallery 1988. The gallery has sponsored and help bring forward some very interesting artists who are merging influences from movies, cartoons and pop culture. Olly’s poster work for the Alamo Drafthouse has helped his work reach a growing and passionate audience hungry for more. His show was a smash success with people lined up around the block to buy his prints. Apparently celebrities like Patton Oswalt were even at the show to grab a print while they lasted. Threadless has put together a nice little synopsis of the show that you can watch above and Slash Film also has a great interview with Moss posted on their site.

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