Custom Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Movie VCR’s by Sorce CodeVhs

Hand painted and illustrated custom VCR’s featuring artwork from classic Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy movies such as The Evil Dead, Escape from New York, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Jurassic Park by Sorce CodeVhs.

The Evil Dead custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs

Sorce CodeVhs created a graffiti art custom VCR and, as he was sitting at home watching VHS movies and browsing poster artwork online, the idea of illustrating those posters onto video recorders was born. Starting with The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, he used his VHS collection as reference and created several more for happy customers.

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs

“The process: I use many different techniques to achieve the finished deck including free hand drawing and painting, rubs, transfers, stencils. I use spray paint, acrylic, paint pens, anything that will make a mark on a VCR I will utilize if it helps me. It’s been a learning process as a VCR is not the easiest thing to paint on.”

A Nightmare on Elm Street custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs

“We had a custom Jurassic Park and Nightmare on Elm Street made. His work is absolutely outstanding!! A+++” Kelsea Young, 2016.

Jurassic Park custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs

“Josh at LunchmeatVHS.com and @thewallofvhs on Instagram really helped me by initially taking notice and sharing the deck with their followers. Super grateful for those guys help.”

To enquire about prices and keep track of new projects check out Sorce CodeVhs on Facebook Instagram or by email: sorceproductions@gmail.com

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Children of the Corn custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs
Escape from New York custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs
Escape from New York custom VCR by Sorce CodeVhs

“My custom Escape from NY is getting his final touches as I write these lines. It is beyond all my expectations and more, worth every single penny !!!!” Francisco Laranjo, 2016.

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Neon Horror by RetkiKosmos

Flower Power collides with Miami Vice to create beautifully horrific art. Freddy Krueger, Hannibal Lecter, Leatherface and Jack Torrance rub shoulders with Carrie, Regan and Pinhead in these psychedelic neon portraits by RetkiKosmos. Check out the sneaky cute / sinister all-over prints hiding on the clothing.

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Neon Horror - Freddy Krueger - A Nightmare on Elm Street by RetkiKosmos
Neon Horror - Hannibal Lecter - Silence of the Lambs by RetkiKosmos
Neon Horror - Leatherface - Texas Chainsaw Massacre by RetkiKosmos
Neon Horror - Jack Torrance - The Shinning by RetkiKosmos
Neon Horror - Carrie by RetkiKosmos
Neon Horror - Regan - The Exorcist by RetkiKosmos
Neon Horror - Pinhead - Hellraiser by RetkiKosmos

It Came From 1984

Last year the Bottleneck Gallery, 60 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York held an art show, curated by Chogrin, entitled It Came From 1984.

Artists interpreted films from 1984 in all kinds of interesting ways. I have picked out my favourites, including Police Academy, Gremlins and Beverly Hills Cop, which you will find below along with an alternative 1980s music mix to set the mood.

It Came from 1984 by Paul Shipper
“5 Favorite Films Of 1984” By Paul Shipper
Freddy Krueger by Alexander Iaccarino
Alexander Iaccarino “Sweet Dreams”
Police Academy by Barret Chapman
Barret Chapman “Integrity, Knowledge, Courage”
Purple Rain by Christian Garland
Christian Garland “Purple Rain”
Gremlins by David Slebodnick
David Slebodnick “Heigh Ho”
Buckaroo Banzai by Jeremy Wheeler
Jeremy Wheeler “Buckaroo Banzai and the Hong Kong Cavaliers Gig Poster”
Terminator by Marco D'alfonso
Marco D’alfonso “The terminator or (de fyoocha)”
Conan by Mathieu Reynes
Mathieu Reynes “The Destroyer”
Ghostbusters by Michael Bramley
Michael Bramley “No Job Is Too Big”
Karate Kid by PJ McQuade
PJ McQuade “Karate Kid: Final Fight”
Beverly Hills Cop by Sam Gilbey
Sam Gilbey “Gross Dereliction of Duty”

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