A Horror–mad Seven-Year-Old Girl Has Ditched Disney Princesses to Recreate Scenes from Gory Films Such as The Exorcist and Chucky

Pint-sized Coral DeGraves has modelled as over 60 characters from some of the most iconic horror films with the help of her mum, Cheyenne. The schoolgirl became obsessed with horror films when she was just two and Cheyenne was surprised to find she’d prefer Chucky to Cinderella.

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Office manager Cheyenne said: “Coral has never really taken to princesses and other things in that realm. She doesn’t necessarily turn her nose up to princesses or fairy tales, she’s just never shown a distinct interest. While she loves all things horror and paranormal, she is just as much your regular animal loving, adventure seeking, girl scout.

When Coral was about two years old, she became drawn to Chucky so for fun, I made her a little Good Gal’s costume. She wound up later asking to wear that same costume to a horror convention a few months later. Being so young seeing and meeting these actors and artists who make and portray these characters took the fear out of the images and movies for her. From that moment any fear was replaced with genuine fascination. She wanted to watch all of the scary movies and she loves watching anything that shows how the monsters and creatures are created.”

The pair regularly attend horror conventions together sporting homemade outfits and Cheyenne insists that despite her age, the youngster is fascinated rather than scared.

Coral, who lives in Maryland, has been pictured as the bride of Frankenstein, the joker, a gory tooth fairy, Pennywise and a creepy Tinkerbell. Coral’s favourite film is IT but her parents make sure they preapprove any horror films before she watches them herself and Coral watches short clips to help perfect her interpretation of the characters.









































































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/07/a-horror-mad-seven-year-old-girl-has-ditched-disney-princesses-to-recreate-scenes-from-gory-films-such-as-the-exorcist-and-chucky/

A Couple Find The Exact Locations From Movies And Films And Do Their Best To Recreate Scenes From Them

Harry Potter / Glen Etive, Scotland

“Our idea is simple: We love to watch movies and when we find a scene we like a lot, we travel to the original filming location for two reasons. 1. We love to see what the places, in reality, look like. 2. It’s a lot of fun to take a picture as a memory, which looks hopefully as close as possible to the original scene.

In 2014 we had the idea and after a while, we realized that many people have a lot of fun with the results. So we decided to share our hobbies with the whole world and started to publish them on Instagram in 2018.

We didn’t expect that some stars would see the pictures and couldn’t believe it at all when they also commented on it. That was so crazy. Here are some examples,” Judith and Robin told Bored Panda.

More: Instagram h/t: boredpanda

If you want to see the first part, click here.

Game Of Thrones / Gaztelugatxe, Spain

“We just want to have a lot of fun together. And we do. One day in 2014, we were thinking about where we could go on holiday. At this point in time, we were students and we wanted to do something special but we didn’t have so much money. Suddenly we had the idea that we could visit filming locations. The problem was that we didn’t know how to prove (even to ourselves) that we’d really found the right filming location for a movie. So we had the idea to take a photo which looks like the original scene—just with us and without the actors. But to make it a better photo we thought about organizing the costumes they are wearing. We were laughing a lot because we didn’t believe that this would work. But we gave it a try. And it worked better than we thought.”

Star Trek / San Francisco, USA

“It’s difficult sometimes to capture these photographs. Sometimes it’s the weather. It often rains or is very cold, so cold that we have trouble capturing the photos. Sometimes it’s also very difficult to find a place. It can be that we are searching for days. And in some cases, the costumes are so difficult that we need a lot of time to find a good solution. At first, we always ask friends and family if they have something like the actors are wearing. Other times, we do our worn clothes. And sometimes we have to buy something.”

We Visited “Dark” In Potsdam And Both Actors Shared The Picture On Their Insta

“We try to do every movie or series we like. Sometimes we watch movies that we don’t like that much and decide to not visit the filming location. But when there’s a movie which is great, we try to find a family location and to travel to the place. Hopefully, we will do this project forever. Do you know the movie The Notebook? In the end, there’s a scene where two old people are sitting on a bench. I hope that, when Robin and I are old and gray, we can do this scene together. When we do these scenes, we have so much fun and it’s so exciting to see the results at the end. That is reason enough why we do it again and again. Often these shooting days are big adventures, which we don’t want to miss anymore.”

The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty / Seyðisfjörður, Iceland

“We’ve traveled to a lot of countries. The highlight was definitely New Zealand and the USA. Apart from the great filming locations, the nature was so amazing!! We just loved it.”

Twilight / Montepulciano, Italy

“There are so many stories from our shootings. It would take a lot of time if I told you everything. For example, for Forrest Gump, we tried to take the photo but we noticed quickly that it looked very bad when I was the only person who was standing in the background. So we asked a group from Thailand if they wanted to join us. They were so excited when they realized what we were doing that they joined our photo. They were so motivated that we had to do the shooting several times. That was very very funny.”

Hunger Games / Berlin, Germany

“Or, for example, for the photo of The Lord of the Rings in New Zealand, we had to visit Mount Sunday. It’s in the middle of nowhere. It took us so much time to reach the location and after we parked our car, we had to walk a long way until we reached our destination. We had a lot of stuff with us and it wasn’t so easy to get there. Finally, we wanted to start the shooting and suddenly Robin noticed that we forgot the battery for our camera. So he had to walk all the way back so that we could start with the shooting. After that, the sun was gone and we built up our tent. We stayed there for the whole night at this amazing place. To this day, this was one of the best locations we ever visited. Just because of our hobby.”

Dark / Potsdam, Germany

“If you want to hear more about our process, here it is. So at first, we need a scene that we want to re-create. When we have it, we search for the exact place. When the movie is famous, for example, The Lord of the Rings, it’s easy to find the location. But sometimes it takes a lot of time when there aren’t so many fans who have already searched for these places. We always try to visit a few filming locations in one holiday. So we have to organize all the costumes and we have to think about the trip so that we can visit all of them. When we’ve reached the filming location it takes us between 20 minutes and one hour to get the shot. Finally, we put these two scenes together in Photoshop. But we have some rules: 1: We aren’t allowed to add something that wasn’t there in reality, or to take something away with Photoshop. It’s allowed to change the color of the photo because all the big filming companies also use filters. If we didn’t also use these filters, it wouldn’t look so good.”

Spiderman / Berlin, Germany

“We have been a couple for over 10 years and meanwhile, we are also engaged. I’m 31 and Robin is 32 and we are living near Frankfurt. I think this hobby is a big part of our relationship and all these adventures connect us in a strong way (hopefully you know what I mean.) Some stars have also commented on our photos. It doesn’t happen every time; however, when they do this, we are so excited because it’s very special to us. We have normal jobs where we earn our money. Some people think that we have rich parents or something like that who pay for our journeys. But it isn’t like this at all. It’s financed 100% on our own. I am a journalist and Robin is a mechanical engineer. Every year we have six weeks for holiday and we use this time for our hobby.”

Tenet / Italy

James Bond / Venice, Italy

We Visited “Letters To Juliet” In Siena And Christopher Egan Shared Our Picture In His Story

Eat Pray Love / Rome, Italy

Jerks / Potsdam, Germany

Tenet / Amalfi, Italy

Eat Pray Love / Rome, Italy

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/07/a-couple-find-the-exact-locations-from-movies-and-films-and-do-their-best-to-recreate-scenes-from-them/

Artist Inserts The Legendary Grumpy Cat Into Disney Movies

Bella No

Though there are many cats on the internet, there are a few as memorable and impactful as Grumpy Cat, the internet phenomenon who dominated the internet with her hilarious disdain in 2012 and onwards. Sadly, the cat left us in May of 2019, and she was mourned not only by her family, but seemingly the whole internet.

More: Instagram, DeviantArt h/t: boredpanda

Circle Of No

To cherish her not-so-bright-but-more-of-a-pessimistic memory, here’s a post about her being illustrated as one of the characters of famous Disney movies. What does the positive Disney have to do with the negative Grumpy Cat? Seemingly not much, but it turns out they go perfectly together like salt and pepper or yin and yang. Grumpy Cat was so powerful as a personality that she could’ve changed the course of the usually very positive Disney movies in an instant, and these drawings by Tsaoshin (Eric Proctor) illustrate it perfectly.

Evil Has A Beginning…

Someday My No Will Come

When You Wish Upon A No

Let It No

Part Of Your No

When Will My No Begin

Tale As Old As No

He Mele NO Lilo

Are You Satisfied With Your Care?

A Whole New No

Colors Of The No

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/07/artist-inserts-the-legendary-grumpy-cat-into-disney-movies/

Sixties and Seventies Film Posters from Thailand: Extended Collection

I believe these Thai film posters range from the late Sixties to the early Eighties. Some have the English translation of the film title on them, such as The Bug Man, Play Boy and The Return of Dr Chang. But most of the film names cannot be translated into English, as they contain Thai slang words. So if you cannot read Thai, you’ll just have to enjoy the pictures with me.



















































































SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/06/sixties-and-seventies-film-posters-from-thailand-extended-collection/

Retro Thai Film Posters Tell You Everything You Want To Know About A Movie

Does this film have exploding heads? What about flesh-eating zombies? And maybe some really scary stuff I can freak out over? What about sex? One look at any Thai film poster and you’ll know what you’re going to see.

h/t: flashbak

Thai movie posters may not be the best works of art in the world but they do the one thing a good film poster ought to do: they tell you everything you want to know about a movie without having to think too hard.

Does this film have exploding heads? What about flesh-eating zombies? And maybe some really scary stuff I can freak out over? What about sex?

One look at any Thai film poster and you’ll know what you’re going to get.













SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/05/retro-thai-film-posters-tell-you-everything-you-want-to-know-about-a-movie/

Amazing Deadpool Metal Sculpture Is a True Work of Art

Etsy seller MetalArtProductions created a life-size metal sculpture of Wade Wilson, perfect to display in your home. Maybe place it in your backyard, and scare all those pesky raccoons away. (Just not Rocket Raccoon.) And it will only set you back a mere $10,145.03. You can check out images of this red-and-black beauty right here.

More: Etsy h/t: nerdist

MetalArtProductions artists hand craft each unique piece they create, as is the case with this Deadpool piece. Only parts that are recycled are used. Each piece undergoes hours of designing and meticulous planning. Once a design is ready, the welding process starts. This can take anywhere from hours, up to months. All depending on the size, scale and detail of a particular piece.




Aside from Deadpool, MetalArtProductions also has some other Marvel-ous life size sculptures, including Iron Man:


















SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/amazing-deadpool-metal-sculpture-is-a-true-work-of-art/

Artist Reimagined And Illustrated 6 Movie Posters From His Favorite Films

The Revenant (2015)

According to an artist E M Biggs: “My professional art journey has been a long, winding one. I started as an animator at SCAD, eager to work my way towards Studio Ghibli. Unfortunately, the studio closed in the middle of my term. I turned my attention towards Disney, but my professors frequently had the same comments: I focused too much on detail and I was too slow. Loving detail too much to leave it behind, I transitioned to concept art.”

More: Instagram, Behance h/t: boredpanda

Illustration close up

“Leaving SCAD after 2 1/2 years (it was a nightmare for other reasons), I returned to Cincinnati, OH. I then attended the Art Academy of Cincinnati for a year, but found that they would not help me achieve my goals. I then applied to the Columbus College of Art & Design and found the perfect fit.”

Midsommar (2019)

“As an Illustration major, I started to talk to all kinds of people to try to find my way. After years of work, I was still ‘too slow’. Unbeknownst to potential clients or businesses, I’ve struggled with severe mental illness for over a decade. These illnesses prevent me from allowing the speed that companies frequently demand. In the shadow of this, I dove deeper into detail and symbolism to make up for speed. I would pour as much significance and emotional depth into my pieces as possible, to request respect in my art, even if my strengths were in unconventional areas.”

Crawl (2019)

“I visited LA a few times, having discussions with several helpful professionals. After a particularly enlightening conversation with Casey Robin, I found a way to still be a part of the movie culture I appreciate while also indulging my love of detail. I made a list of movies in different genres and started my film poster project.”

It: Chapter One (2017)

“I’ve always thoroughly believed in creating the work that you want to be doing professionally. Therefore, while I work for the Gallery Design Studio part-time, complete pieces for various clients, and more—I create film posters on the side in the hopes of being asked to do more work I love in the future.”

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Klaus (2019)

You’re Next (2011)

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/artist-reimagined-and-illustrated-6-movie-posters-from-his-favorite-films/

“The Shadows”: Superb Video Game and Film Posters by Felix Tindall

Felix Tindall‘s shadow playfulness allows him to create illustrations that will fall to the ground. Playing mainly with silhouettes, and taking his inspiration from video games and movies, this artist manages to create wonderful posters. They represent the essence of these works, often with their main characters, but also striking details, reminding me what makes us love these works.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/the-shadows-superb-video-game-and-film-posters-by-felix-tindall/

“Marty In The Movie”: Artist Created Hilarious Edits Of Himself In Iconic Movies

According to Martyn Thayne: “I am on a mission to Photoshop myself into iconic movie scenes and posters, and you can follow my journey on Instagram.

What started out as a bit of fun over the first U.K. national lockdown has turned into a daily cinematic obsession, with me appearing in hundreds of movies so far! Featuring terrible puns of my name ‘Martyn Thayne.’ I star in a new movie every day.

You can check out some examples of my work here, and be sure to follow on Instagram for more!”

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/03/marty-in-the-movie-artist-created-hilarious-edits-of-himself-in-iconic-movies/

20 Times Filmmakers Used Clever Tricks To Create Impressive Scenes

The Phantom Menace (1999)

If you thought that filming movies is nothing more than pointing a camera and yelling “action!” while slamming a clapperboard, then we’ve got some news for you – it’s not that simple. Turns out that there are numerous clever tricks used by filmmakers to achieve the perfect shot that we don’t normally get to see. But all of that is about to change.

Today we have prepared you a series of behind-the-scenes pictures that reveal all of the little (and sometimes not so little) tricks used by filmmakers, and they might change the way you see certain movies and characters.

h/t: demilked

Guardians Of The Galaxy (2014)

Forrest Gump (1994)

Star Wars

Exterior Of The Sewer Set In It

Jurassic World (2015)

Back To The Future Part III (1990)

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

The Hunt For Red October (1990)

The Godfather (1972)

Star Wars: BB-8

Baby Driver (2017)

The Call Of The Wild (2020)

Shutter Island (2010)

Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

Titanic (1997)

Life Of Pi (2015)

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)

The Invisible Man (2020)

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/02/20-times-filmmakers-used-clever-tricks-to-create-impressive-scenes/