Who needs to sleep anyway, right?
Whether you loved IT or didn’t care for it, there’s no denying that the new Pennywise was one of the most striking, instantly iconic monsters to grace the big screen in years. Sure, Pennywise was a pre-existing horror icon thanks to Tim Curry, but the ground-up redesign of the character, well, essentially made him a brand new villain.
Not surprisingly, countless artists have been inspired by the redesign in the wake of IT being released last year, but no single piece of Pennywise art has impressed us more than this one courtesy of El Mescalito: a 9-foot tall, paper mache recreation of the child-eating killer clown that’s currently on display at the Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA.
The piece is part of the gallery’s latest exhibit, Conjoined 8, which had its opening reception this past Saturday night. It’s on sale for $4,000… and worth every penny(wise).
If you’ve got the money and you need it, head over to Copro Gallery for details.