Creative Spark Crafts Some Awesome Horror Posters to Fight Cancer

October 19, 2012
Source: Creative Spark

Little Print Shop of Horrors

It's about time we had some more Halloween goodness. It's the month when horror films are all over TV and costumed fiends walk the street looking for candy or parties with scantily clad (but somehow "costumed") women. However, it's not all about silliness and debauchery as Creative Spark, a branding agency in London, is using the horror season to raise some money to help fight cancer. The good news is horror fans also get some cool paraphernalia to show for their support as you can buy original horror posters for films like Ghostbusters, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream and more, and all the proceeds go to charity.

Here's the entire charitable set of cool horror posters from Creative Spark (via

Little Print Shop of Horrors - Texas Chainasw MassacreLittle Print Shop of Horrors - Friday the 13th

Little Print Shop of Horrors - Child's PlayLittle Print Shop of Horrors - A Clockwork Orange

Little Print Shop of Horrors - The FacultyLittle Print Shop of Horrors - It

Little Print Shop of Horrors - HellraiserLittle Print Shop of Horrors - An American Werewolf in London

Little Print Shop of Horrors - PoltergeistLittle Print Shop of Horrors - The Ring/Ringu

Little Print Shop of Horrors - Edward ScissorhandsLittle Print Shop of Horrors - A Nightmare on Elm Street

Little Print Shop of Horrors - GhostbustersLittle Print Shop of Horrors - Scream

This is the second time Creative Spark has pulled this charity stunt, dubbing it Little Print Shop of Horrors. If any of these posters tickle your fancy enough to get framed on your way, or you just want to support a good cause but still need some kind of tangible satisfaction, you can buy all of these posters right here for £15 each (you can do the conversion for dollars). I think my favorite are The Faculty and Stephen King's It posters, but there's a lot of great options. So if you feel like fighting cancer and showing your love for horror films all at the same time, there likely won't be a better opportunity than this. Pretty cool?

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1 Comment


What no Halloween posters? Boo! Only one I wanted.

bryansays on Oct 19, 2012

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