These two artists from Australia have collaborated to bring iconic Goosebumps covers to life.

Benjamin Nichols, a photographer, and John English, a professional retoucher, embarked on the collaboration as a tribute to Tim Jacobus, the artist behind the original Goosebumps covers from the ’90s.

They perfectly recreated the skeleton family for Say Cheese and Die…

…reminded you how creepy scarecrows are…

…and used an everyday sink to bring this book to life.

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