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Monday, October 26, 2020

Stunning ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Poster Puts a Freddy Krueger Twist on Classic ‘Jaws’ Art

It’s always fun when horror fans whip up alternative posters for movies based on the official artwork for other movies – Marc Schoenbach, for example, recently made a Gremlins 2 poster in the style of the infamous Jason Takes Manhattan poster – and Adam Rabalais has done just that with new A Nightmare on Elm Street art that spoofs the classic Jaws poster!

Hero Complex Gallery is offering up two different versions of the artwork, which is titled “You Could Drown, You Know.” The “Blue Variant” and “Red Variant” are selling for $50 each.

The 18″x24″ prints are both limited to 125, so act fast if you want one. Both variants are also available as special “Metal Variants,” limited to 10 each and selling for $225 apiece.

Thanks to Broke Horror Fan for the heads up.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/movie/3638530/stunning-nightmare-elm-street-poster-puts-freddy-krueger-twist-classic-jaws-art/

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