FrightFest 2013 has unveiled a poster to mark its upcoming weekend of terror, with famed illustrator Graham Humphreys returning as designer.
Humphreys has been creating the FrightFest posters since the event started in 2000. Commenting on his latest piece, Humphreys said, “This year's image plays with the skull of Yorick, in a parody of Hamlet and all the attendant themes of revenge, murder, ghosts and corruption. The death of celluloid is represented by the corpse in the director's chair and the spools for brains. As it is the centennial year of Peter Cushing's birth, his contribution to the genre is honoured with a bust and the passing of Ray Harryhausen is remembered with a glimpse of two of his creations.”
Check out the poster in full below: