Talented Artist Remakes Horror Movie Posters With Polymer Clay


Lizzie Campbell is a talented artist who specializes in polymer clay. She is well-known for her love of horror movies, and decided to bring her passions to life by re-creating famous horror movie posters using polymer clay. We know that some people hate watching horror movies, but we have to admit that her artwork is simply incredible. Here is a special selection of Lizzie’s best artwork, all of which are horror movie posters re-created with polymer clay. Enjoy!

#1 Friday The 13th

Jason is one of the most famous villains of the horror movies – his iconic hockey mask and killer instinct is well-known by people all over the world. Here’s a tiny polymer clay version of him!


#2 Frankenstein

The classic Frankenstein is definitely a legend of the cinema. His movie was such a hit when it came out that it gave millions of viewers a serious case of the goosebumps. This polymer clay version of him is just wonderful.


#3 The Blair Witch Project

The Blair Witch Project is one of biggest horror movie box office successes, not only because it’s an incredible movie, but also because it was filmed in a very unique way. In fact, in only cost the producers a few hundred thousand to make the movie.


#4 Hellraiser

Hellraiser was one of the most creepy villains of the cinema in the 80’s and 90’s, and his memorable face full of nails is definitely a symbol of old-school horror movies.


#5 Nosferatu

Another famous and legendary classic of the cinema, Nosferatu, was one of the first vampires to make the big screen. In fact, this is considered to be one of the most important horror movies ever made.


#6 Dawn Of The Dead

Dawn Of The Dead is a classic American horror movie that was made in 1978 and directed by George A. Romero, and its remake came out in 2004. Check out the original movie poster in polymer clay – amazing, right?


#7 Donnie Darko

Donnie Darko is one of the most scary and dark movies ever, and it’s pretty obvious that it would be chosen as one of the movie posters to redesign with polymer clay. This one is pretty damn cool!


#8 Little Shop Of Horrors

Little Shop Of Horrors is an American musical horror comedy that came to the cinemas in 1986 and was directed by Frank Oz. The movie is a film adaptation of the Broadway musical comedy with the same name.


#9 House Of 1000 Corpses

Here’s another crazy horror movie, which was directed and written by the infamous Rob Zombie. The movie poster looks epic when re-designed with polymer clay.


#10 Ichi The Killer

Ichi The Killer is a crazy Japanese film from 2001 that was directed by Takashi Miike and written by Sakichi Sato. It was based on Hideo Yamamoto’s manga series of the same name.


#11 Halloween III

Halloween III is the third instalment in the Halloween franchise, and is known for being the only movie in the series without the terrifying presence of Michael Myers.


#12 The Bride Of Frankenstein

Here’s another classic horror movie from 1935, and the sequel of the infamous Frankenstein, which came out in 1931. The impressive detail on these polymer clay movie posters is undeniable.


#13 Under The Skin

Under The Skin was released in 2013 and starred Scarlett Johansson. Do you think her polymer clay version looks anything like her in real life?


#14 Deliver Us From Evil

Deliver Us From Evil was released in 2014 and directed by Scott Derrickson. This frightening movie is based on a book titled “Beware the Night”.


#15 They Live

Another classic released in 1988, “They Live”is a satirical science horror movie directed and written by the master of horror himself, John Carpenter.


#16 Death Note

Death Note is a Japanese thriller film released in 2006 and is based on the Death Note manga series by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata.


#17 The Orphanage

The Orphanage is a Spanish horror movie released in 2007, which was hugely successful all around the world with its simple but scary story.


#18 A Clockwork Orange

A Clockwork Orange is more than just a classic. In fact, we can consider it as one of the most epic movies of all time. It was released in 1971 and produced and directed by Stanley Kubrick. It’s not a horror movie as such, but it’s still a part of this artistic series, simply because it is so important.