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Creative Stranger Things are happening

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Next weekend the world will be turned upside down as the 80s return for Halloween in the style of Stranger Things inspired costumes and activations to celebrate the release of Season 2 on October 27th on Netflix.

Topshop has teamed up with Netflix to bring Stranger Things 2 to life with experiential activations at their flagship Oxford Circus store including The Upside Down and Hawkins Lab initiatives and the release of an exclusive Stranger Things fashion collection.

*Topshop/Topman collection

A Sue Ryder charity shop in Nottingham celebrated the release with a retro window display complete with a donated chopper bike.

*Image: BBC

LG Electronics got involved, inviting the Stranger Things cast to deliver a brand new TV to a die-hard fan who thought she was being filmed for a customer services video.

Video: LG Electronics

Netflix embraced the nostalgia, launching a free to download vintage game where solving puzzles and collecting Eggos is the aim of the game.  The game was developed by BonusXP, an indie game development studio based Texas.

Video: Netflix

Creativepool members are enjoying the series too:

*Personal Project by James Law, Graphic Designer from London

*Stranger Patches by Marina Cardoso, Graphic Designer from Vitória, Espirito Santo

*Fan Art by Garry McLaughlin, Illustrator from Glasgow

*Retro Loft by Michael Slivkin, Visualiser from Guildford

*Stranger Things Ruuuullzz! by Sam Moore, Illustrator from London

*Stranger Things: Memo Art by Cath Pascual, Creative Director from Manila

Definitely also check out her Road to Stranger Things photo series too!
 

Catherine Orchard: Teen Vogue "Stranger Things Charades" by Derby Content, production agency from New York

*Stranger Things posters by Natalia Trykowska, Graphic Designer from London

*'Stranger Things' painting for Millie Bobby Brown by Nicky Barkla, Artist from Melbourne

And finally...

Stranger Things - Retro Point-and-Click Adventure Game Spoof by Robert Penney, Animator from London.

 

Heather Deacon is the Global Brand Partnerships Director at Creativepool and she is very much looking forward to a Sunday binge of the new series!

 

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