Geek Gift Countdown: The Star Wars Trilogy, By Olly Moss

You’re going to have to move quick if you want to add today’s delicious gift item to the collections of your beloved ones. You may even need to use a bit of The Force, as anything sold by the guys at Mondo Tees usually sells out faster than the Millenium Falcon can make the Kessel Run. Which reminds me: isn’t a parsec a measurement of distance, not time? If so, then how is it possible for the Falcon to make an 18-parsec run in 12-parsecs. You owe me answers, George Lucas!

Enough jabber, Mondo is putting on sale perhaps the coolest trio of Star Wars posters in recorded history, designed by Olly Moss. Drool on them after the jump…

Olly Moss’ Star Wars Trilogy

These 24×36 prints are limited edition, hand numbered and out of this goddamn universe, if you ask me. They will sell for $50 each or $150 for the set. Perfect for your favorite Star Wars nerd (or in my case, yourself — what? You don’t buy Christmas and Hanukkah gifts for yourself?)

Follow Mondo on Twitter or keep refreshing MondoTees.com, as these will be going on sale sometime today shotgun style (i.e. at a completely random time). And once they’re gone, they are gone. So get ’em while they are hot, otherwise ye shall be left out in the cold with no Tauntaun to cut open. That is, unless you took my gift advice from last week and bought a Tauntaun sleeping bag. Then you’d be ok.

How the Price Index Works:

For our ‘Price Index,’ we’ve devised a four-level scale based on the expense of the items we’re recommending. This is based on our research (mainly on Amazon and other fine retailers). It breaks down like so:

Dirt Cheap: Cost of $25 or less.

Affordable: Cost of no greater than $50.

A Worthy Stretch: Slightly more expensive, but no more expensive than $150.

For the Rich: Gifts for those you really, really love. $150 and greater items only need apply here.

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Neil Miller is the Founder and Publisher of Film School Rejects. For almost a decade, he has been talking movies on television, the radio, and the Internet. As of yet, no one has stopped him.

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