Some of them are genuinely scary, some cute as hell. But one thing that connects them is that they are all phenomenal. Polymer clay artist & illustrator Lizzie Campbell created series of interesting, alternative movie posters. Ones that you wouldn’t miss if you ever saw them passing by. These polymer clay movie posters are inspired mainly by horror movies, which is her favorite genre. Some of these include famous titles such as: Eraserhead, The Exorcist, The Grudge, The Shining, Carrie, Orphan, The Thing… If you are movie enthusiast yourself, these will be a treat. Enjoy the Clay Disarray!
Above all, I’d describe myself as an illustrator who’s trying to push the boundaries between 2D and 3D work, while instilling a bit of humor at the same time.
I’m inspired by all things pop culture, which I think is obvious from my work. But I also love looking at other illustrators and artists work, as well as visiting galleries and creative spaces. I think spending a lot of time on your own to think and work out ideas is really important too.
After years of drawing, I stumbled across clay while at college as I was instantly drawn to its potential as a creative medium – and I still am! I think it’s really difficult to make your creative mark in today’s world as there are so few original ideas around. So it’s really important to at least try to create work that’s uniquely your own. Essentially this is why I’ve worked with polymer clay for a few years now. It’s not often used as a material for illustrative purposes.
I’ve lots of ideas for 2017. My main priority is to try and launch a series of my own characters as well as a line of greetings cards – so stay tuned for updates!
Where to find more Polymer Clay Movie Posters?
If you are a fan of horrors, you will not want to miss these incredible designs that Lizzie creates. To stay up to date with the latest creations from Clay Disarray you can follow her on social media: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, You Tube, and Tumblr. I am really looking forward to her next pieces, and other collections. Until then, I would love to hear your thoughts on these in the comment section bellow.
Visual content courtesy of Clay Disarray.