“In space, no one can hear you stitch”—The Mill.
Sometimes you just need to look at something, wonder why it exists and then quickly come to the conclusion; well, they’re pretty good, aren’t they?
Given the spooky time of the year, one artist has done their best to add a warm, fuzzy feeling to some of cinema’s most troubling pictures. Taking on the work of Philip Castle‘s iconic poster for Stanley Kubrick film A Clockwork Orange, or Steve Frankfurt & Philip Gips‘ effort on a Ridley Scott’s sci-fi horror Alien, The Mill have managed to recreate iconic horror imagery into the medium of felt.
Why? Well, why not?
“What if you took away the big-budget, all the CGI and photoshopping, and brought it right back to basics with a bit of simple crafting?” The Mill asks. “Would it still be possible to capture the essence of the movie in a medium as quaint as ‘felt’? they ponder.
Well, in the spirit of Halloween and all things freaky, they gave it a go.
Source: The Mill