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KRAMPUS - movie concept art, Edvige Faini on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/YP8wV

Super happy to share with you some of the concept I did for the KRAMPUS! (on theaters this week) My first collaboration on a horror movie! Here one of the early studies for the look of the Krampus the mythological figure who embodies che dark side of

Krampus

Krampus Mask

The Krampus Mask. You make your victims fears come to life when you use this mask to become the title character from the horror movie hit Krampus!

Miguel Walch Holzmasken | Krampusmasken

Krampus is called the figures – they are worn in Germany and especially in Austria - wooden masks of Miguel Walch – they are so awesome and soooo great!

Christmas 2013: Germany Prepares For Terrifying Tradition Krampus [PHOTOS]

A man dressed in traditional Krampus/Perchten costume and mask performs during a Perchten Festival in Austria.I am afraid of the Krampus. Really afraid.

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A horror comedy based on the ancient legend about a pagan creature who punishes children on Christmas.

Krampus - concept art by Luca Nemolato  This Christmas Krampus is coming !  This is the final character design of Krampus I did for the movie “Krampus”.  This was a really fun project to work on, I had a great time !

Krampus - concept art by Luca Nemolato This Christmas Krampus is coming ! This is the final character design of Krampus I did for the movie “Krampus”. This was a really fun project to work on, I had a great time !

Krampus, the German demon of Christmas. He would come and take children who'd been bad to his lair where they would most assuredly be EATEN.   So, Merry Krampus!!!

Krampus, the German demon of Christmas. He would come and take children who'd been bad to his lair where they would most assuredly be EATEN. So, Merry Krampus! (Too bad my nephews have outgrown Elf On A Shelf, because I'd replace the Elf with this!

Krampus - i love myths and legends

The gruesome Krampus stomps through Christmas markets of Bavaria, scaring children. The hairy creature is a part of German Christmas tradition and comes out before St Nicholas on Dec. 5 and sets out to do dirty work by terrifying naughty children.

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