Nosferatu by Godmachine & Grey Matter Art - Undead Monday

Posted by The Daily Zombies Monday, February 9, 2015

This Undead Monday, F.W. Murnau's iconic 1922 horror film, Nosferatu, comes alive courtesy of artist Godmachine and Grey Matter Art


In 1922, F.W. Murnau's German Impressionist horror film, Nosferatu, found itself the center of controversy when Bram Stoker's heirs took legal actions against Murnau's unauthorised adaptation of Stoker's Dracula. All but one prints of the film were ordered to be destroyed as part of the court ruling. Nevertheless, the inauspicious beginning of the film has certainly not affected its position as one of the most influential horror films which was notably the second best-reviewed horror film on Rotten Tomatoes.

Here to pay homage to the film this Undead Monday, artist Godmachine and Grey Matter Art collaborated to give us their brand new take on the iconic 1922 horror film. You can head over to Grey Matter Art or Godmachine's official store to purchase the cool print. For now, check out the piece right below.

Nosferatu
By Godmachine
18″ X 24″
Limited Edition Run of 160

$45
Blood Spattered Variant Edition:1/1 (will be randomly inserted into a Nosferatu order for orders on drop day only)

Source: Blurppy

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