Nosferatu - The Coming of Nosferatu the Immortal 14” Diorama Statue
After almost one hundred years, F. W. Murnau’s 1922 German Expressionist film Nosferatu continues to be a source of inspiration for the horror genre. An unauthorised adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, without the rights to the novel the word ‘Nosferatu’ replaced the world vampire, and ‘Count Dracula’ was replaced with ‘Count Orlok’. All copies of the film were ordered to be destroyed after a successful lawsuit from the Stoker’s heirs, however a few prints survived and the film came to be regarded as a masterpiece of early 20th century cinema.
This immortal character has been crafted by Infinite Statue in an impressive diorama that captures the drama and aesthetic beauty of the film. Standing 15” tall (37.84cm) this statue depicts the arrival of Nosferatu upon a ghost and rat infested sailing ship. Actor Max Schreck’s likeness of Count Orlok is perfectly recreated with a grayscale palette, complete with his signature long nailed hands and rat-like profile.
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