The Horror Die Cut Collection - Undead Monday

Posted by Grey Monday, July 9, 2012

This Undead Monday, the iconic characters of classic horror films assembled, courtesy of artist Max Dalton's "The Horror Die Cut Collection".

All hells broke loose this Undead Monday with the legendary figures of horror films assembling for a group shot like no other, courtesy of artist Max Dalton. Aptly entitled "The Horror Die Cut Collection", the art, assembling the best of the best (or worst of the worst, depending on your perspective) of classic horror films, was made available at Spoke Art as 18x24” screenprint at $50 with a limited edition of 250 only.

From the words of the artist:

I thought the analogy to “die” and “cut” would be perfect for a horror movie poster. So I turned some legendary film characters into a die-cut scrap sheet. Only that it’s not die-cutted at all, which you’ll find horrifying if you’re a horror movie fan and you’re planning to make a horror movie scrap book with horror movie characters. If not, you will just enjoy this as a poster.

Hit the jump to have a good look at the awesome piece.

And here are the full roster of the characters featured on the piece:

Candyman (1992, Bernard Rose)

Scream (1996, Wes Craven)

Frankenstein (1931, James Whale)

The Mummy (1932, Karl Freund)

[REC] (2007, Jaume Balagueró)

Child’s Play (1988, Tom Holland)

The Ring (2002, Gore Verbinski)

Phantasm (1979, Don Coscarelli)

Return of the Living Dead (1985, Dan O’Bannon)

The Sixth Sense (1999, M. Night Shyamalan)

Dead Alive (1992, Peter Jackson)

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992, Francis Ford Coppola)

An American Werewolf in London (1981, John Landis)

IT (1990, Tommy Lee Wallace)

Nosferatu (1922, F.W. Murnau)

Poltergeist (1982, Tobe Hooper)

Dracula (1931, Tod Browning)

Re-Animator (1985, Stuart Gordon)

Cemetery Man (1994, Michele Soavi)

Saw (2004, James Wan)

The Omen (1976, Richard Donner)

Rosemary’s Baby (1968, Roman Polanski)

Hellraiser (1987, Clive Barker)

The Orphanage (2007, J.A. Bayona)

The Blair Witch Project (1999, Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez)

Evil Dead (1981, Sam Raimi)

Ju-On (2000, Takashi Shimizu)

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974, Tobe Hooper)

Carrie (1976, Brian De Palma)

Friday the 13th (1980, Sean S. Cunningham)

Dawn of the Dead (1978, George A. Romero)

Psycho (1960, Alfred Hitchcock)

Nightmare on Elm Street (1984, Wes Craven)

The Shining (1980, Stanley Kubrick)

Halloween (1978, John Carpenter)

The Exorcist (1973, William Freidkin)

Pet Sematary (1989, Mary Lambert)

Jeepers Creepers (2001, Victor Salva)


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