Clever Posters of Classic Horror Films

Edward Scissorhands – 1990, Snow Dance

If horror movies are your thing, than do we have a cool new poster series for you. Just in time for Halloween, Creative Spark, a UK branding agency, has just released a collection of clever posters that feature classic horror films. All proceeds from the sale of the limited edition posters, under the name Little Print Shop of Horrors, will go to Marie Curie Cancer Care.

If you’re in Manchester, UK, you can view these posters, until October 31st, both at the North Tea Power caf and the Richard Goodall Gallery. You can also pick one up (limited edition of 50) at Creative Spark for just 15 each.

I like how all of these make you want to sit back and stare at them for a little while.

IT – 1990, They All Float Down Here

Friday the 13th, 1980, The Date

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre – 1974, Back at the Ranch

An American Werewolf in London – 1981, Full Moon

Poltergeist – 1982, Ghost Writer

Rear Window – 1954, James Stewart

A Nightmare on Elm Street – 1984, Sweet Dreams

Ringu – 1998, Ringu

A Clockwork Orange – 1971, Viddy Well

Scream – 1996, Woodsboro

Ghostbusters – 1984, Who You Gonna Call?

Creative Spark website
via [Creative Review]

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