2018’s Most Iconic Moments Humorously Reimagined As Horror Film Posters
Like every other year, 2018’s been riddled with its own share of highs and lows.
In the spirit of Halloween, global creative platform 99designs challenged its community of graphic designers to reimagine some of this year’s most iconic moments as horror film posters, and they couldn’t be more apt.
Get your throwback to Elon Musk’s ‘Starman’ that flew away from Earth in a Tesla, ‘Trump Baby’ that hovered over London to greet the US President during his visit to the UK, ‘Brexit’, Netflix’s reboot of Queer Eye, and others.
What’s more, these posters are available for free download in high resolution.
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Get Out inspired Brexit poster by ERosner, courtesy of 99designs
Night of the Living Dead inspired poster by RVST, courtesy of 99designs
The Exorcist inspired Brexit poster by subsiststudios, courtesy of 99designs
Rosemary’s Baby inspired poster by nevergohungry, courtesy of 99designs
Alien inspired poster by jestyr37, courtesy of 99designs
The Lost Boys inspired poster by nevergohungry, courtesy of 99designs
An American Werewolf in London inspired Trump poster by ELM, courtesy of 99designs
Cujo inspired poster by Horror Rudey, courtesy of 99designs
[images provided by 99designs]