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This page covers various official prints & general artwork. Most Evil Dead related artwork such as covers & posters are covered in the 'Collectables' section, but specific miscellaneous rare items not included there, are shown below. If your looking for behind-the-scenes, publicity, and promotional photos you'll find them on the 'Photo Gallery' page. For general fan-art, try using Google.com Image Search, or the excellent resource site DeviantArt.com

Clicking each image will display a larger version in a 'Lightbox' window. Use the arrow icons or your keyboard's left/right arrows to navigate to the next photos. You can also middle-click an image to open the larger version in a new window. If you have any photos which aren't included below, or have any in higher quality, then please get in touch. Equally, if you're looking a full-resolution version of any of these images, or more infomation on anything featured, then please ask.



1984 US Variety Magazine Advert
(© 1984 Films Around The World, Inc.)

Evil Dead II production
cast & crew t-shirt artwork

1987 UK Palace Pictures artwork
(© 1987 Graham Humphreys)
 

1987 UK Palace Pictures flyposter
(© 1987 Graham Humphreys)

Cinefantastique artwork only cover
(Volume 23 Number 1 - August 1992)




Cabin Scale Plans

Over the years, people have drawn up scale plans to the cabin, and below are a number of those images which have been saved from the internet in the past.



The Evil Dead Cabin
(© 2000 Patrick Soucy)

Evil Dead II Cabin 3D Map
(© 2002 Patrick Soucy)

The Evil Dead Cabin 3D
(© 2001 Patrick Soucy)
 

Evil Dead II cabin official set design
(by Phillip Duffin, the Production Designer)

Overhead Evil Dead II cabin
(by unknown)


The top three images were drawn by French-Canadian former 'Deadites Online' moderator Patrick Soucy aka Morsoth, who used to run a website called 'Morsoth's Evil Dead Collection' from about 1999 up to 2003, although he has since dropped out of the community. His website detailed his huge collection of Evil Dead related material and various pet projects including a replica Evil Dead II Dagger, a scale model of the Evil Dead II Cabin, and a French language project to assemble a complete guide to the Evil Dead, which included many pictures, technical information, Movies trivia & bloopers. Much of the material is no longer online, but you can still view some of his site through the Internet Archive Project here




Cabin Wall Painting Scans

Thoughout Evil Dead II, a number of framed paintings & prints can be seen on the cabin walls, and some have now been identified. This all started when a Canadian fan called Joel bought three reproduction prints from an elderly man at a flee market in Nova Scotia in June 2014. This man claimed these were duplicates of paintings used in Evil Dead II, and although they were laser printed copies, they did indeed match the screen versions. Depictions of those three can be seen below;


'Yellow Bellied Sapsucker'
by John James Audubon

'White Crowned Sparrow'
by John James Audubon

'Road To Coast'
by Marius Hubert Robert

Between us we found that both the bird paintings are visible on the wall behind Ash as he cries holding Linda's necklace around 17m 06s in Evil Dead II, and the scenic house painting can be seen best as Ed's head hits it around 41m 35s. You can see the originals in screenshots below.


Screenshot - 'Yellow Bellied Sapsucker' & 'White Crowned Sparrow'
by John James Audubon

Screenshot - 'Road To Coast'
by Marius Hubert Robert

Thanks to Danish fan Jesper Mørch, the original artists for these paintings were identified. Both the bird paintings; Plate 114 'Crowned Sparrow' & Plate 190 'Yellow Bellied Sapsucker' were by the artist John James Audubon at an original size of 6-3/4" by 10-1/2". Re-prints with drastically varying prices can be found of both if you search around the internet. The seaside scene is by artist Marius Hubert-Robert, and is probably called 'Road To Coast'. It was included in a calendar of vintage landscape scenery (circa 1910s-1940s) and as such it not really rare, not at the time of it's release anyway. It was also made available as a jigsaw puzzle.

After some further research, original lithographic vintage prints of all three paintings were located and purchased from two dealers in the USA. They were then scanned in high resolution and can be download as a PDF below.


Evil Dead 2 - Cabin Wall Painting Scans (3 Pages, 56.8mb - Various Dimensions at 600dpi 85% compression JPEG)
 
 
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