Top pieces of artwork based off Creepshow and Creepshow 2!
This past Sunday we lost the great George A Romero. Horror fans from all over the world have been pouring this great loss, but celebrating not just his life, but his brilliant film career that spanned over forty plus years. Many of us can all agree his movies were a huge part of our childhoods and continued being favorites as we moved onto adulthood. I myself even attended Tom Savini's school and studied film mainly because of how fascinated I was with George's movies. This loss was a great one, and over here at Staystillreviews our hearts are heavy, but we're keeping George's spirit alive by watching all of his classics on a loop, as well as switching up this week's theme at Sensational Summer honoring Mr. Romero. Today we're focusing on one of George's most famous films, that was decades ahead of it's time as well as teaming up with another horror titan...Mr. Stephen King. Honoring the old school EC comics from the 1950's, this horror dream team brought in an all star cast, great effects by Savini, comic book like lighting and cinematography, and one killer score by John Harrison. The rest is horror history.
Today we are showcasing some of the most stunning work based off Creepshow and it's sequel that George worked on Creepshow 2!
This mondo is one I was able to snag a few years back. One of my favorite pieces. Reminds me of Halloween!!!
Killer artwork from my friend Chris from London 1888
This beauty is by my friend and tattoo artist Shane Murphy from Theater Of Creeps.