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Those from the old school might remember their teachers using a felt board instead of a smart one in kindergarten. It seems the medium is making a comeback, at least for the horror community.

Design Boom reports that digital marketing agency Boom and The Mill Shop have collaborated for a project in which they use felt to re-create famous movie posters. They wanted to see if the tone and scariness of the film could be duplicated with such a harmless material.

Below are some of their results which even if they don’t stir up feelings of uneasiness, they are certainly creative. Special mention should go to kawaii Jaws and his button eyes.

What do you think, did they succeed?

iconic horror movie posters are reimagined using fuzzy felt and buttons designboom

Original poster credit: Roger Kastel

iconic horror movie posters are reimagined using fuzzy felt and buttons designboom

Original poster credit: Saul Bass

iconic horror movie posters are reimagined using fuzzy felt and buttons designboom

Original poster credit: Steve Frankfurt & Philip Gips

iconic horror movie posters are reimagined using fuzzy felt and buttons designboom

Original poster credits: Philip Castle

iconic horror movie posters are reimagined using fuzzy felt and buttons designboom

 Original poster credit: Sandra Collora

iconic horror movie posters are reimagined using fuzzy felt and buttons designboom

Original poster credit: Dawn Baillie

Source: Designroom