This poster (and many others) can be found in Norman's bedroom in the movie.
Portland's Elle Crée presents the ParaNorman acrylic Paint-by-Number Kit, featuring 12 acrylic paints and an eco-friendly preprinted background for hours of enjoyment. Frame your finished masterpiece to create your own retro horror shrine!
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ParaNorman Mondo Zombies Paint-by-Number Kit
BASED IN PORTLAND, OR
Merging Creativity and Compassion
Elle Crée—or “she creates” in French—produces artist-quality paint-by-number kits that foster creativity and self-care. They seek to reduce the impact on the environment by carefully sourcing eco-friendly components that are local- and USA-made whenever possible. Their custom paint colors are mixed from USA-made acrylic, and their kits are assembled with the help of a small staff in Portland, Oregon. Founded with a social focus by illustrator Rachel Austen, 5% of their net profits are donated to social and environmental causes. Together, we are thrilled to introduce paint-by-number kits inspired by our films.
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