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Patrick Seymour’s ‘Gremlins’.

df4c50ee40b2d7af3e4b2b8414e9e382There haven’t been many cult classics that have disturbed youth and humored 80’s adults since Joe Dante’s ‘Gremlins’.  The odd tale of a little creature who lives a life by very specific rules has become a small staple in American culture since 1984.  30 years later in 2014, digital artist Patrick Seymour has used his skills to re-invent the protagonist and antagonist of the film.  Check out his visualizations of Gizmo and Stripe below.

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  1. Reblogged this on Gremlins Online! and commented:
    Check out this blog entry on some stunningly detailed Gremlins fan art works.

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