Happy 40th Anniversary: The Poster Posse x John Carpenter’s “Halloween”

“I met this six year old child with this blank, pale, emotionless face, and the blackest eyes; the devil’s eyes … I realized what was living behind that boy’s eyes was purely and simply … evil.” – Dr. Sam Loomis

In 1978, John Carpenter unleashed the iconic serial killer, Michale Myers, on the masses with his slasher masterpiece, “Halloween.”  From Carpenter’s haunting score to Jamie Lee Curtis’ sensational portrayal of terrified babysitter, Laurie Strode, the film has been a fan favorite for the past 40 years.  In honor of this milestone anniversary, we have conjured up some images that pay homage to the film that left us sleeping with the lights on 40 years ago.

Huge thank you to all the artists that participated in this tribute including: Salvador Anguiano, Andrew Swainson, Ben Mcleod, Adam Stothard, SG Posters, Rodolfo Reyes, Chris Garofalo, The Dark Inker, Arden Avett, Mike Mahle, Chris Malbon and Rafal Rola.

Image by Salvador Anguiano


Blood variant by Salvador Anguiano

Image by Rafal Rola

Image by SG Posters

Image by Rodolfo Reyes

Image by Adam Stothard

Haunted variant by Adam Stothard

Image by The Dark Inker

Image by Chris Garofalo

Image by Arden Avett

Image by Salvador Anguiano

Image by Rodolfo Reyes

Image by Ben Mcleod

Image by Mike Mahle

Image by Andrew Swainson

Nightmare variant by Andrew Swainson

Image by Chris Malbon

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