by Patrick Ilagan . October 12th, 2013
There are many ways people celebrate the Halloween, some dress up by themselves or with their kids others retrofit their house to turn it into a horror house and then there are those who rent out horror films to watch with their buddies. Whatever way you are celebrating this Halloween we have lined up some really amazing vintage horror movie posters for your inspiration!
Back in the day where CGI effects are just a thing in the future most movies would rely in amazing prop work and makeup. The same goes for posters which requires an insane amount of skill and talent when creating them. One cannot help but marvel on the beauty of these vintage posters since it shows a different level of craftsmanship in making them. The poster’s typography and illustration are marvelous and amazing that most posters created in the golden days are considered as pieces of art.
Because of the amazing workmanship these made some vintage horror movie posters not only collectible but also really valuable pieces of art. Dracula starring Belo Lugosi was sold for a whooping $310,700 according to an article in The Guardian. While The Mummy with the infamous Boris Karloff was sold for an amazing $435,500 in 1997.
Because of it’s artistry and craftsmanship vintage posters are highly collectible and many are willing to put out money just to get to one. Before we come to a close there’s a saying that old is gold and while we live in an age where everything is aided by a computer it’s nice to step out and take a look in the past.
Are you guys pumped for this year’s Halloween? What do you guys think? Which is your favorite horror movie poster? What horror movies are you watching this Halloween? We love hearing it from you guys so do share your thoughts at the comments below!
Patrick Jude Ilagan is a graphic designer/photographer hailing from the vast jungles of urban Manila. Always on the look out for visually appealing stuff he scours the internet and the bustling city in search of inspiration. His tools for mass creation is a Canon 500D along with a wide array of lights and lenses plus a 4 year old (but still fighting) laptop. Check out his work on Tumblr.
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