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Bring a little vintage touch to your decoration with the first vampire in the history of cinema.
In 1897, the Irish writer Bram Stoker invented the character of Dracula, a bloodthirsty immortal vampire. He was inspired by Vlad Tepes aka the Impaler. A 15th century lord, voivode of Wallachia, particularly cruel who was nicknamed Dracula
In 1923, director Friedrich Murnau adapted the novel as Nosferatu and made it the first vampire film in the history of cinema.
In 2012, the designer of Shohan saw this film and fell in love with this masterpiece of German expressionism. The shadow of Nosferatu becomes one of these first bookends.
A good gift idea for a movie buff or a fantasy lover.
The shadow of Nosferatu is now available in a 35 cm high silhouette. On a sideboard or a shelf, it will bring a vintage or Gothic touch to the decoration of your interior. With a lamp by his side, he can even cast his shadow on the wall.
This black metal figurine is precision laser cut by small European companies.