One of the best seasons is finally here, so why not ring it in with some thrilling horror flicks? We rounded up some of On Air Design's recent (and most gruesome) films featuring our very own work! After all, Halloween wouldn’t be Halloween without the movies.
This gory movie is set in the 1970s, reflecting this period in the set design and decor elements. From wood accents to muted tones, the protagonist’s home aimed to have an authentic appearance. On Air Design’s capabilities matched this goal effortlessly, supplying various vintage wallpaper throughout the main set. See the work we did here.
Post-apocalyptic and thrilling, Bird Box was a Netflix blockbuster hit in 2018. In this film, Sandra Bullock’s character paints her rendition of The Last Supper, featuring figures from the storyline. This canvas print was done with On Air Design’s printing capabilities, giving the piece an authentic painterly appearance.
A Quiet Place
John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place captures the horrors of unknown creatures invading mankind as we see the lives of ordinary people ruthlessly infiltrated. The film focuses on one family’s journey, having part of the storyline set in their home. Our vintage wallpaper design with space imagery perfectly completed the look of a young child’s whimsical room.
Part of a sequence of classic supernatural films, Annabelle: Creation is the fourth installment of The Conjuring Universe franchise. Set in the 1950s, On Air Design’s vintage floral wallpaper effortlessly complements the storyline of an eerie little girl’s bedroom.
The Conjuring 2
Depicting paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren, The Conjuring 2 is the third installment of The Conjuring Universe franchise. This film is set in the late 1970s, reflecting this time in the set decor. On Air Design’s vintage wallpaper capabilities helped enhance the set’s historical appearance while drawing out the gore and fright of the scenes.
Jordan Peele’s sci-fi horror film Nope is a unique take on the typical scary movie. Featuring an old ranch, On Air Design’s vintage western wallpaper gave this setting an authentic appearance while remaining subtle enough to emphasize the film's horror.