You always wanted to see Pennywise, the scary clown from It, wearing McDonald's-inspired Moschino. Right?
Because nothing is sacred and therefore everything can be made more awesome, British fashion designer/illustrator David Murray has reimagined iconic horror-film killers in some of the latest lines from equally iconic designers, suggesting that David Murray could have a latent career as a macabre stylist. He matched each killer to his creative contemporary, keeping in mind said killer's original costume, and matching their personalities to each design house philosophy.
Pennywise, of course, is perfectly cast as a twiztid take on Ronald McD, just as Jeremy Scott's McDonald's/Moschino logos were brackish flips on the overly familiar. (There may be some clown meta-commentary in there, too, if you seek it.) Leatherface, from Texas Chainsaw Massacre, is a vision in avant-garde hides in Rick Owens, while Hannibal Lecter's suit by Walter van Bierendonck is just as proper and "wacky" as the intellectual serial cannibal. You know?!
See more looks at David Murray's Behance gallery, which also includes Friday the 13th's Jason Voorhees in a Hood by Air hockey jersey and Michael Myers clad in a Dries van Noten puffer.
Images via David Murray