Remember the Comedy Central series “Ugly Americans”? It aired from 2010 to 2012, and was set in an alternate version of New York City inhabited by monsters. If you’ve seen it, you probably won’t be surprised to hear that the animated sitcom’s creator, Devin Clark, is a huge fan of horror movies. And he’s now using his unique style to depict his personal favorite horror flicks.
Devin’s favorites, you ask? Like the rest of us, he loves classics such as Phantasm, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, The Shining, The Thing, and even The Stuff, and he’s given them and others colorful and wonderfully trippy makeovers for this series of mini-posters. Horror movie art doesn’t get much more unique than this. Sure beats Photoshopped floating heads!
Check out the art below, which we grabbed from Devin’s official website.
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