Halloween round-up

Our round-up of some fiendishly fabulous Halloween projects.

Eelus Monster
Eelus Monster

WMH Halloween Special

WMH window.
WMH window.

Illustrator George Heaven has worked with fellow illustrator and horror enthusiast George McCallum to create this colourful, cute window display for consultancy Williams Murray Hamm. You can watch the pair’s brilliantly-soundtracked making of video below:

Creative Spark’s Little Print Shop of Horrors

Candyman by Creative Spark.
Candyman by Creative Spark.

Manchester-based consultancy Creative Spark has reimagined a series of horror film posters for its annual Little Print Shop of Horrors project, which sees the posters sold online to raise money for charity Forever Manchester. This year’s spooky bunch includes posters for films including The Shining, Candyman and Nightmare on Elm Street.

You can view and buy the posters here

The Shining by Creative Spark.
The Shining by Creative Spark.

Hand-Cut Horror Art

Eelus Creature
Eelus Creature

Brighton-based illustrator and artist Eelus has created a series of gorgeous hand-cut paper works based on classic horror movies. The pieces are on display at his solo exhibition, Horrowshow, which marks a ‘return to his darker roots’, we’re told….

The work is on show at Ink_d Gallery, 96 North Road, Brighton, BN1 until 17 November

Eelus Black Cat
Eelus Black Cat

EAT THE SOUP

An image from EAT THE SOUP
An image from EAT THE SOUP

Consultancy Brighten the Corners has designed EAT THE SOUP, a website it describes as ‘documenting the mental unravelling of one of [its] partners, Billy Kiosoglou’.

While it’s not your typical Halloween fright-fest, it’s certainly pretty haunting, featuring photographs taken over the last six years during Kiosoglou ’s commute to work and other travels.

Brighten the Corners says, cheerfully, ‘The images offer a rare glimpse into the mind of a man searching for meaning in dark and pointless places’.

Visit this bleak space at http://eatthesoup.co.uk, where you can track the travels by date, location, or perhaps most unnervingly, thematically, by ‘clicking on the words silently spoken in his head.’

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