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These classic horror posters reimagined with clay are fiendishly good

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Aardman Animations have missed a trick. While they were busy winning awards with cutesy films about dogs and sheep, they could have been terrifying our very souls by recreating iconic horror movies in childlike fashion.

That’s exactly what Clay Disarray – pseudonym of artist Lizzie Campbell – has been working, putting together these terrifyingly ace pictures, all made from polymer clay and other bits and pieces.

And as much as we’d like to see these clay versions of The Exorcist, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and Friday the 13th on CBeebies in the near future, we can’t see it happening.

Check them out below.

Dawn of the Dead - Clay Disarray
The Thing - Clay Disarray
IT - Clay Disarray
The Exorcist - Clay Disarray
The Shining - Clay Disarray
An American Werewolf - Clay Disarray
They Live - Clay Disarray
Carrie - Clay Disarray
Blair Witch - Clay Disarray
Texas Chain Saw - - Clay Disarray
Babadook - Clay Disarray
The Orphan - Clay Disarray
Grudge - Clay Disarray
Candyman - Clay Disarray
Friday the 13th - Clay Disarray
Oldboy - Clay Disarray
Deliver Us - Clay Disarray
Neon Demon - Clay Disarray
Eraserhead - Clay Disarray
Orphanage - Clay Disarray



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