If you aren't a fan of Olly Moss already, chances are you will be soon. The nerd hero's work is everywhere right now and the 25-year-old is credited with, almost single handidly, making movie posters cool again.
Moss's work illustrating popular characters from films, television and video games in Victorian-style silhouette portraits is about to be published in a hardback book, Silhouettes From Popular Culture. But his projects also vary from anniversary posters for classics such as Star Wars and modern blockbuster The Avengers, to art for bestselling games such as Resistance 3, and designs for Levi's.
When asked whether he defines himself as a graphic designer or an illustrator recently, Mr Moss said he didn't know. "Is it necessary that there be a significant difference?" he wrote. "I've always considered illustration and graphic design (along with photography, animation or any other creative discipline for that matter) as tools in a toolbox. The more tools you have, the more versatile you are and the more things you can build. Why bother trying to confine yourself to one specific tool? You'll only hobble yourself with limitations."