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Top 13 Inspired Halloween Projects for 2017

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Cover photo: National Express by 3 Colours Rule

I am always blown away by the variety, quality and quantity of creative work uploaded to Creativepool every single day. I delve into the site and an hour later, not unlike a Wikipedia black hole, I wonder how I found myself watching Ian Poulter hit the foam off a beautiful pint of Stella Artois with a wedge

As the weather begins to chill in London town and the days grow shorter, I thought it would be the perfect opportunity to highlight some spooky creative from our incredible members, from simple design to experiential campaigns. 

Have I missed something? Comment with a link below!

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Halloween Icon by Mark Grafton
 

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Halloween Collection by Eduardo Antoli
 

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Snickers Halloween by Andrew Clare
 

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National History Museum Ice Rink Social Media Images by Robert Penney
 

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SUB TERRANIA EVENTS by Catarina De Queirós
 

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Smirnoff Poster by Elisa Schillaci

 

Topman + HATCH by Dave Smith aka HATCH
 

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Ghostbusters by JCDecaux
 

The Lunch Witch by Seb Hartzell 
 

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The Blair Witch Project - The Polymer Posters by Lizzie Campbell
 

Model Monster 2017 by Isobar for Huawei

 

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Freaky Faces - Sticker App by Mioe Studio
 

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Halloween countdown | Nadia Lee Cohen-Hunger Magazine by DMB Represents


 

Heather Deacon is the Global Brand Partnerships Director and lead for the studiocrowd creative crowdsourcing platform. She really likes Halloween.

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