Let's be real, you weren't a true 90s kid if you weren't at least familiar with the Goosebumps book series. I don't know about you guys but the selection of kids horror stories basically ensured I had to sleep with the light on for months.
Although we may have all grown out of them and may find the narrative a bit childish now, there's nothing quite like a burst of nostalgia to get those feelings flooding back again. Thankfully, two Australian artists have taken it upon themselves to bring some of the most iconic Goosebumps covers to life.
In a collaborative tribute to Tim Jacobus, the artist behind the original covers, creatives John English and Benjamin Nichols have brought the twisted images back to life. Check some of them out:
The Haunted Mask
Speaking of the colossal project, English revealed:
“I immediately got super excited thinking about what could be achieved in post-production. I never imagined how close he would get the photographs to the originals though.”
The Scarecrow Walks At Midnight
To achieve these incredible effects, the pair sourced their own objects to re-create the iconic covers -- like the sink below for example:
It Came From Beneath The Sink!
Cool or what!?
See more over at the artists' website solventimage.com