Scary Client Feedback Designed As Classic Horror Movie Posters – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Scary Client Feedback Designed As Classic Horror Movie Posters


Brand design agency Serious Studio has come up with a series of funny posters for Halloween. Titled ‘Creative Horror Stories’, the series showcases stupid client comments in the form of classic horror movie posters of the 1920s – 30s. Check them out below.


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