Boo-tiful Simplicity: Why Ghost Sheets Are Forever in Vogue

Boo-tiful Simplicity: Why Ghost Sheets Are Forever in Vogue
When we think of ghosts, one of the most enduring images that comes to mind is that of a figure draped in a flowing white sheet, with two holes cut out for eyes. That's the reason we at Time for Art decided to paint this peace sharing, sun protecting, bedding wearing babe! Download outline and reference here:
sheet ghost figure with sunglasses making a peace sign
This iconic portrayal of ghosts has deep roots in Hollywood's early days, and it has left an indelible mark on both cinema and Halloween traditions.  Here are some of our favorite sheet ghosts of the silver screen:
It's the great Pumpkin Charlie Brown (1966)
sheet ghost figure in glasses from the movie Halloween
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E.T. as a sheet ghost for Halloween
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982)
Sheet ghost from the movie Beetlejuice
Beetlejuice (1988)
sheet ghost in an empty room
A Ghost Story (2017)
Extra Ordinary (2019)
Sheet ghost trick or treating
Marraige Story (2019)

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