Posted September 06, 2019 07:59:47In the past few weeks, the internet has seen the publication of images of horrific and upsetting images from the new Netflix show, Stranger Things.
The internet is abuzz with questions surrounding the posters and their intentions, and how they were chosen.
A lot of the images have sparked intense debate.
Some are disturbing, some are not, but many are disturbing.
You can read our review of the new show on our blog here.
We asked the people who made the posters to explain what they were about.
We wanted to know what was the message behind each image and how it could be used.
So, in this first of a two-part article, we asked these men, some of whom have worked with children, to explain their work.
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Listen to the interview with our guest, author Stephen King, below.
Stephen King: It was really, really hard for me to make these posters, because I’m a child and I really want to see these things.
When you make these things, and you make them with your own hands, it is so difficult to look at and be like, “Oh my god, that is so disturbing”.
But when I saw the images and was able to watch them, I was like, yeah, that’s really not a very good poster.
It is really, very, very disturbing.
So you need to be very careful about how you go about it.
I’m not trying to do anything wrong.
I didn’t want to make a poster that would offend or hurt anyone, but I had to make it with my own hands.
It is a lot of work.
I did about three hours of painting and shading.
I was painting the characters, so I have to make sure they look good and I have good shading and I had good pencils.
I have a pretty good brush, but there’s not much that I can say about it except that it is really difficult.
I was really worried about the message.
It was scary to me that these images might be offensive.
I thought it was very upsetting that these people would take my work and be disrespectful towards it.
But then it hit me, when I actually saw them, it was not so upsetting.
The fact that I was able, by the way, to see them with my eyes, was a real relief.
I mean, it’s just so hard to look into something and know that there is nothing in it.
So, it really is very, really difficult to make something that is really not really about what the image is about.
My goal was to make the posters very scary and very disturbing, but not really very disturbing or upsetting.
So that is my goal, actually, to make them really scary and disturbing, and that is what I did.
I wanted to make some really scary things, but it didn’t work out that way.
I just kept doing it.
It just didn’t quite work out the way I wanted it to.
So I wanted a more subtle, softer, more peaceful, kind of neutral effect.
I think that’s why they worked so well.
I don’t know if you can say subtle or not, because the image of the character was very violent.
So it just wasn’t as much of a shock for me as it could have been.
It wasn’t quite as extreme as I had hoped it would be.
This is really about the power of art, really.
And the power comes from what we do with it.
If I can take this image of a person who is very angry and very threatening and not be upset about it, it gives me a lot more power to do it.
But I wanted the posters for this show to be about how we have the power to make things more peaceful and more calm and more peaceful.
So in the end, I did have to choose a poster for this particular moment in time.
The idea of this being a show that is kind of like a movie is pretty much overrated.
But there are things that are kind of more important in the world that we should be doing.
I can’t really imagine that being a poster without this kind of image.
And, of course, if I made the poster for “The Walking Wild” or a poster from “Game of Thrones”, I would not be able to see what I had done and feel that I did something to the world.
But if I did a poster with a picture of my child and a child’s face and then put that on my wall, I think it would probably be pretty shocking.
So to me, the idea of making a poster in that kind of way is really empowering and gives me so much power to change the world, and to make change in the future.