Halloween is fast approaching! And while people are debating what to wear for various fancy dress parties and trick or treat attire, one person has been working on a differnet kind of spooky project. Clay Disarray, a mixed media artist and polymer clay sculpture has been working on some spooky masterpieces.
This clever clay-based creator has been reimagining iconic horror movie posters in polymer clay form. They’re everything you could possibly want if you’re a fan of the horror movie genre. Now it’s fair to say that a clay version of Audrey 2 from Little Shop of Horrors is significantly more adorable when made out of polymer clay. But that doesn’t mean they all are! In fact, Carrie appears to have a much more hauntingly deadpan look on her face… And don’t even get me started on both generations of Pennywise the clown!
“My interest in horror started at an early age. My older brother would often watch scary films after I (very reluctantly) went to bed, so my only real references of horror characters came from posters and VHS film covers. As such, my work is loosely based on how a young child might interpret horror films, often resulting in some pretty absurd clay characters.”
Take a look at these 30 incredible clay posters, from A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night to They Live. We promise you won’t be disappointed. Who knows, maybe you two will get inspired and create your own clay movie posters.
So take a trip down memory lane in the run up to Halloween with some of our favourite creations from Clay Disarray.
Friday The 13th
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
American Horror Story: Freak Show
Dawn Of The Dead
Day Of The Dead
Little Shop Of Horrors
The Bride Of Frankenstein
Night Of The Living Dead
The Blair Witch Project
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
I don’t know about you, but I have been thoroughly chilled to my core. Now because of these loveable clay creatures, I now want to watch all of these horror movies… I will probably regret this decision after about 10 minutes of watching one of them.
What did you think of these polymer clay posters? Are there any horror films you would like to see turned into a clay-based fantasy?