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Iconic horror film posters incredibly recreated in felt

“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.

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