Artist Reimagined Famous Horror Movie Posters Using Polymer Clay & Results Are Eerie

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An illustrator named Lizzie from Warwickshire, UK, is making used of mixed media and polymer clay to create stunning masterpieces of horror movies. She re-imagines popular horror movie posters and the results are eerily stunning. Starting with horror movies, she soon progressed onto creating reimagined version of TV show episodes as well such as AHS: Freakshow and Stranger Things.

Although simplistic in appearance, a lot of work goes into creating these posters. AT times it takes her days to complete a single one. Check out the following list of 14 of her best creations.

Alien (Ridley Scott, 1979)

Alien
Source: Clay Disarray

American Horror Story: Freakshow (Ryan Murphy And Brad Falchuk, 2011)

American Horror Story
Source: Clay Disarray

Beetlejuice (Tim Burton, 1988)

Beetlejuice
Source: Clay Disarray

Day Of The Dead (George A. Romero, 1985)

Day Of The Dead
Source: Clay Disarray

It (Andres Muschietti, 2017)

IT
Source: Clay Disarray

Salem’s Lot (Tobe Hooper, 1979)

Salem's Lot
Source: Clay Disarray

Get Out (Jordan Steel, 2017)

Get Out
Source: Clay Disarray

Demons (Lamberto Bava, 1985)

Demons
Source: Clay Disarray

Stranger Things (The Duffer Brothers, 2016)

Stranger Things
Source: Clay Disarray

The Similars / Los Parecidos (Isaac Ezban, 2015)

The Similars
Source: Clay Disarray

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (Ana Lily Amirpour, 2014)

A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
Source: Clay Disarray

Suspiria (Dario Argento, 1977)

Suspiria
Source: Clay Disarray

Night Of The Living Dead (George A. Romero, 1968)

Night Of The Living Dead
Source: Clay Disarray

The Bride Of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935)

The Bride Of Frankenstein
Source: Clay Disarray

Lizzie’s collection of polymer clay and mixed media re-imaginations continues to grow. Her work can be found on ClayDisarray.co.uk. She has worked with the medium since a year now and is surprisingly great at what she does. Blending photography, sculpting and digital art in one fell swoop, the final result is awesome.


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