News Article

News Article

Artist Recreates Iconic Horror Moments Out of Clay

up
31

Hellraiser

Polymer clay is the chosen artistic medium of England-based artist Lizzie Campbell, who runs a studio by the name of Clay Disarray.  Some of her most recent works include clay recreations of iconic movie posters, such as Hellraiser (above) and Little Shop of Horrors, but it's an older project of hers that we're here to shine the spotlight on today.

Before she discovered polymer clay, Lizzie worked with plain old air dry clay, and it was during her early years of playing around with the medium that she spent a whole lot of time working on a special project called 'May Contain Spoilers.'  Over 30 pieces comprise the collection, which she describes as "a visual celebration of cinema, through the medium of miniature clay models and dioramas."

Each of the 'May Contain Spoilers' dioramas depict iconic scenes from horror movies, from Carrie White getting pig's blood dumped onto her head at the prom to the frightening reveal of the killer in 1973's Don't Look Now.  Check out a few of our favorites below, and see many more over on Lizzie's website!

American Psycho

The Shining

Rosemary's Baby

Audition

An American Werewolf in London

Videodrome

<none>