Little Print Shop of Horrors
Manchester-based Creative Spark is raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust with Little Print Shop of Horrors, a series of horror film-themed prints to buy this Halloween
Yes, we know that there have been a lot of film poster projects recently but this one is for a good cause. Members of the Creative Spark agency have collaborated to produces six prints on their favourite scary films. The prints cost £10 each with all monies raised going to the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
You can buy the posters here
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love each and every print!! fantastic job Creative Spark
Love them! Just clicked through and bought the Psycho and The Shining posters and I don't have to feel guilty as they're for such a good cause!
Great prints, great creativity - just going to click through and buy the Psycho one - clever stuff Creative Spark!
Would like to know where the Jaws idea came from I've seen that before.
Nice idea for a great cause… although there's a distinct lack of Beetlejuice! Classic Halloween film.
Hhhhm, Jaws poste... That your idea is it Creative Spark!?!?
Great prints done for each picture.
Loving this kind of work - if you look at the stuff I do for the Manchester Web Design Agency, you'll see a ton of this illustrative work - some of which has been featured on TV. Really love this kind of clever pop culture, abstract style of illustration.
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