This should be on your wall right now. And mine.
We simply cannot get enough of artist Christopher Shy’s work, which we’ve covered a couple times recently: Artist’s Watercolor Horror Movie Posters Will Melt Your Mind & More Watercolor Horror Movie Posters to Melt Your Mind. Shy’s posters for films like The Fog, Halloween and Alien are visually stunning works of art that are quite unlike any other movie posters you’ve ever seen before. And today we’re happy to share yet another incredible piece from Shy, this one paying tribute to the upcoming release of Andy Muschietti’s “re-adaptation” of Stephen King’s IT.
The IT art depicts Pennywise emerging from a sewer underneath the town of Derry, Maine, and it’s as beautifully haunting as the posters we’ve come to expect from Shy. He also whipped up a modified “neon” color variant and even a version of the art that removes Pennywise completely. Even without the killer clown, I think you’ll find Shy’s IT poster to be a visual stunner.
Check out the three versions below and head over to Art of Ronin to pick up prints.
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