20 Awesome, Odd and Amazing Odes to Oscar® Nominated Films Via Etsy

oscaretsy2The Oscars are this Sunday! In anticipation you can do all sorts of stuff in honor of all the films nominated, from Life of Pi to Wreck-It Ralph. You can watch the films for the first or fourth time, you can download a handy Oscar® app, or you can buy yourself a little handcrafted ode to one of the Oscar®-nominated movies.

A variety of Etsy sellers have a whole slew of art and objects for sale inspired the Oscar®-nominated movies. They are sometimes awesome, and sometimes odd. But one thing’s for sure: they are all pretty amazing in one way or another.

Check out these 20 awesome, odd and amazing odes to the Academy Award-nominated films right here:

  • Life of Pie 1 of 20
    Life of Pie
    This is a silly one playing on the pun of Life of Pi. Yeah, that has nothing to do with the movie.
    Get it from Etsy shop theartfulbadgerfor $7.50
  • Life of Pi 2 of 20
    Life of Pi
    This one is far more in line with the narrative of the movie, and it's quite a beautiful image as well. Very suitable for hanging.
    Get it from Etsy shop JackBrumlNorton for $250
  • Django Unchained 3 of 20
    Django Unchained
    This brutal scene from Django Unchained is pretty intense, even in watercolor!
    Get it from Etsy shop SittingTooClose for $20
  • Django Unchained 4 of 20
    Django Unchained
    This is a super cool, and very simple, portrait of Django from Quentin Tarantino's film Django Unchained. The Etsy seller also did poster versions of Dr. Schultz, Calvin Candi and Stephan.
    Get it from Etsy shop atamosk for $15
  • Silver Linings Playbook 5 of 20
    Silver Linings Playbook
    Bradley Cooper's character in Silver Linings Playbook had a mantra which was very important to him, the term "excelsior." This is the Latin word for "ever upward." An Etsy seller made thing necklace so you too can be inspired by being ever upward.
    Get it from Etsy shop SupposedlyCool for $14
  • Les Miserables Watercolor 6 of 20
    Les Miserables Watercolor
    This is a gorgeous portrait of Cosette from Les Miserables done in beautiful watercolor.
    Get it from Etsy shop Pax for $30
  • Les Miserables Doll 7 of 20
    Les Miserables Doll
    This ain't no Barbie, but if your little ones would rather play Les Miz instead of beauty parlor there is this Inspector Javert handmade doll. Think of the hours of fun.
    Get from Etsy shop UneekDollDesigns for $42
  • Brave Hair Clip 8 of 20
    Brave Hair Clip
    Yes, that is a hair bow, a very unique and detailed hair bow in honor of Brave.
    Get it from Etsy shop PRINCESSHAIRBOWS4YOU for $4
  • Wreck-It Ralph Pillow 9 of 20
    Wreck-It Ralph Pillow
    How adorable is this Wreck-It Ralph inspired pillow? It's super cute and pays homage to Ralph's very special medal.
    Get it from Etsy shop spaceisinfinite for $20
  • Argo Print 10 of 20
    Argo Print
    Paying homage to Argo, this watercolor print captures the crew on the go heading to their VW bug. It's really captures that 70s vibe don't you think?
    Get if from Etsy shop SittingTooClose for $100
  • ParaNorman Cross stich 11 of 20
    ParaNorman Cross stich
    What doesn't say Oscar Nominated Film more than a ParaNorman cross stitch? This one pays tribute to one of the inspirational lines from the movie. Bonus points for the green zombie arms and eye balls used for the border.
    Get it from Etsy shop LadyBeta for $3
  • Joaquin Phoenix 12 of 20
    Joaquin Phoenix
    This portrait of Oscar nominee Joaquin Phoenix isn't just an accurate likeness of him, but it is made of something quite unusual and unique. Artist David Lagovski created this portrait using 1/2" scotch tape on black foam board. Pretty phenomenal.
    Get it from Etsy shop David Lagovski for $950
  • Frankenweenie Crochet 13 of 20
    Frankenweenie Crochet
    If you are handy, you can get stitching and crochet yourself this Sparky crochet stuffy. Yeah, a dead dog never looked so cute.
    Get the pattern from Etsy shop knovak88 for $3.50
  • Steven Spielberg Art Doll 14 of 20
    Steven Spielberg Art Doll
    Want to play director in the privacy of your own home? This handmade Steven Spielberg doll is just the thing to create movie magic during playtime.
    Get this from Etsy shop Mauro Fazzini for $98
  • Django Unchained 15 of 20
    Django Unchained
    This eye chart inspired art work pays homage to a line from Django Unchained that says, "I Like The Way You Die Boy." Yeah, not for everyone's wall.
    Get this from Etsy Shop ThePressingPigeon for $8.99
  • Lincoln 16 of 20
    Graphic artist Dean Walton created this awesome ode to the Academy Award winning film Lincoln. It's simple, but packs a statement.
    Get this from Etsy shop MrShabba for $30
  • Quvenzhané Wallis 17 of 20
    Quvenzhané Wallis
    Quvenzhané Wallis enchanted audiences with his portrayal of Hushpuppy in the Oscar nominated indie film Beasts of the Southern Wild, and young Quvenzhané was nominated for an award as well for her stand out performance.
    Get this from Etsy shop guiltycubicle for $30
  • Zero Dark Thirty Poster 18 of 20
    Zero Dark Thirty Poster
    This is a beautifully executed minimalist take on the film Zero Dark Thirty, which is both stylish and simple.
    Get this from Etsy shop MrShabba for $30
  • Jennifer Lawrence 19 of 20
    Jennifer Lawrence
    Etsy artist FredCabrera is extremely talented. His portrait of Oscar nominee Jennifer Lawrence is so incredibly realistic and really captures the actress. It's really quite eerie how perfect a likeness it is.
    Get this from Etsy shop Fred Cabrera for $1,000
  • Lincoln 20 of 20
    Etsy seller CastleMcQuade created this alternative to the Lincoln movie poster, even noting that they created the poster when they heard Daniel Day Lewis had the role, two years before it actually came out.
    Get this from Etsy shop CastleMcQuade for $35


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