Jérémy Pailler’s stunning art illustrates the origins of classic horror: Part II

As promised, Jérémy Pailler has followed up his stunning Horror Genesis Collection with some new additions that feature the likes of Pennywise, Michael Myers, the Three Mothers and more. If you remember, I featured Pailler’s paintings back in December, all of which depicted the origins of some of horror’s most frightful monsters (see those here), so I’m excited to share eight more stunning prints from Pailler’s unique and gorgeously haunting collection.

Like I said the last time I wrote about his work, words simply won’t do these any justice. Pailler’s art captures the very essence of the film and its characters with stunning precision, shining a new light on classic horror. Follow Pailler’s Facebook page for updates and be sure to browse his website for even more art, you won’t regret it. But first, before you do anything, see what awaits below.

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If you are ever attacked by a gorilla just sit back and relax while you enjoy the once in a life time feeling of your limbs being ripped off.

4 thoughts on “Jérémy Pailler’s stunning art illustrates the origins of classic horror: Part II

  1. Ah yes, I remember that other post you put up with these. I can’t get enough of this stuff man. I may not be familiar with a lot of these origins/characters but they’re undeniably gorgeous. Is the last one you included The Thing, by any chance?

    1. Same here, man, especially when the art is as unique as these. Also, great call on that last piece—it’s definitely The Thing! I figured that one would stump a few people!

      1. F**kin A right!!! That’s brilliant esp as I’m not the most well-versed horror watcher haha

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