Little Print Shop of Horrors returns to raise money for Marie Curie with recreated horror movie posters

Manchester-based branding agency, Creative Spark has kicked off its Halloween design challenge for charity a the second year. Little Print Shop of Horrors sees the agency's staff recreate classic horror film posters, this year raising money for Marie Curie Cancer Care.

The prints are available to buy online, as well as at exhibitions until October 31 at the North Tea Power cafe and the Richard Goddall Thomas St Gallery.

Creative Spark's head of design Andy has used his talents to overhaul the posters for A Clockwork Orange (above top), American Werewolf and It (above bottom). Designer Jane has re-vamped the posters for Rear Window (below), Let The Right One In and Edward Scissor Hands.

Creative Jodie has given Poltergeist and Hellraiser a face lift. Designer Robyn has redesigned posters for Friday 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Ghostbusters and Scream. Creative director Neil Marra has brushed his pencil case off and has given the poster for The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (above) a redesign and Designer Jonny has given the poster for Child's Play, starring evil doll Chucky a makeover (top).

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