The year (so far) in review… in the style of horror film poster art
We love a good bit of irony in modern art, which is why kudos must go to Melbourne-based creative platform 99designs for getting into the Halloween spirit and inviting artists to turn this year’s big news moments into classic horror film poster art.
From leadership spills to infant-like presidents, mystery pregnancies to incessant tweeting, see if you can make the political and pop cultural connections below.
There’s plenty that points to Brexit, and even a little shade thrown the way of big-mouth businessman Elon Musk.
Anyway, enjoy the horror show…
↑ Kylie Jenner’s PR fuelled “Is-she-isn’t-she?” pregnancy dramas; poster inspired by ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ by nevergohungry | 99designs.
↑ There are just so many of them and they’re swarming all around! The incessant tweeting of Kanye West; poster inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds’ by BATHI | 99designs.
↑ The true terror of Brexit is only just beginning; poster inspired by ‘The Exorcist’ by subsiststudios | 99designs.
↑ A monster from one end of the Atlantic makes an unwanted visit to the other side; poster inspired by ‘An American Werewolf in London’ by ELM | 99designs.
↑ More horror from the Brexit camp; poster inspired by ‘Get Out’ by E. Rosner | 99designs.
↑ A leadership spill that pans out like a nightmare come to life; poster inspired by ‘Night of the Living Dead’ by RVST | 99designs.
↑ Brash and inventive genius? Or business mogul who should keep his big mouth shut? Poster inspired by ‘Alien’ by jestyr37 | 99designs.
↑ It likes to bite the heads off children too; poster inspired by ‘It’ by Pinch Studios | 99designs.
↑ Queer visibility in television grew monstrously large this year; poster inspired by ‘The Lost Boys’ by nevergohungry | 99designs.