The collection features artwork from five different artists, inspired by five different Carpenter classics.
One man's trash is another man's treasure, as they say, and artist David Irvine firmly believes that to be true!
By brutally maiming innocent children's toys, this German artist exposes the harsh realities of the meat industry.
Weathered and aged, Dunt's posters for films like The Exorcist, Alien and Halloween look like pieces of art you'd find up in the attic of an old home.
The amazing lamp is comprised entirely of found objects, and chair feet, bike tires, PVC pipes, cans and even a flower pot were all on the ingredients list.
Season 2 of Hannibal kicks off this Friday, the 28th, and in celebration of the return, NBC recently ran a fan art challenge over on the show's Tumblr page.
Freya Jobbins turns the contents of yard sale bins into highly impressive sculptures, which oftentimes depict figures from Greek Mythology and even pop culture icons.
Gizmo is riding Slimer in one piece of art while a Ghoulie and Dead Alive's baby Selwyn are doing battle in another.
Josh Cooley has drawn up memorable imagery from films like Jaws and Alien in the kid-friendly fashion, and on February 25th he will be releasing a book that collects together all of the artwork.
French artist Patrick Massobrio is doing his own part to keep the VHS format alive and kicking.