The Amazing Pennywise! by J.Q. Hammer

Fury by Chet Phillips

Fury by Chet Phillips

Carrie by Indy Lytle

Ouija by Eugene Kaik

Stand by Me by Dani Blázquez

Stand by Me by Dani Blázquez

“The Night Flier” by Juan Hugo Martinez

As I lie awake and listen…by Martine Johanna

The Shining by Interiors Journal

The Shining by Interiors Journal

The Shining by Interiors Journal

The Shining by Interiors Journal

We never had any friends later like the ones we had when we were twelve by Sam Gibley

Stand By Me by Luke Butland

Stephen King Print Pack- IT, Creepshow, The Shining, Carrie by Isaac Bidwell

“The Green Mile” by Robert Bruno

Ultimo Cavaliere by m. fersner

My Pet Cujo by Cuddles and Rage

My Pet Cujo by Cuddles and Rage

My Pet Cujo by Cuddles and Rage

IT | This Is Battery Acid by Beery

“The Dark Tower” by Harlan Elam

“Shawshank Redemption” by Paul Shipper

“God’s Gunslinger” by Chris Skinner

You’re Just Another Lying Ol’ Dirty Birdy by Joe Vetoe

Arrowhead by Dan Mumford

Family Matters by Epyon5

Free Bird by Mark Hammermeister

“Pet Sematary” by Hanzel Haro

Rabid by John Abarca

Rabid by John Abarca

“Pennywise” by John Aslarona

“Pennywise” by John Aslarona

The Green Mile by Kaz Oomori

The Green Mile by Kaz Oomori

THEY ALL FLOAT! by Chogrin

Barlow by Zombie Yeti

Co.Create

See 38 Dark, Twisted Artworks Inspired By The Stories Of Stephen King

Hero Complex Gallery hosts the King for a Day exhibit, featuring art inspired by Carrie, It, Misery, Shawshank Redemption, and many other works from the horror maestro.

Legend has it that Stephen King is afraid of his own basement. We can't all visit the horror-master's laundry room, but if you're eager for a great scare, you can get one by visiting Hero Complex Gallery in LA. Its new exhibit King for a Day features artwork inspired by King's twisted imagination. The collection includes paintings and illustrations based on the author's books, short stories, scripts, and TV shows. Highlights include images based on classic books like Pet Sematary and The Shining, a plethora of deranged It clowns, and even a few wistful portraits of the Stand By Me kids. A portion of ticket sales will go to King's charity, The Haven Foundation, which helps artists in need. The exhibit runs until April 6, so go get scared. Johnny's waiting!

Preview the works in the gallery above.

Free Bird by Mark Hammermeister

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