An Art Director Carved the Coolest 'Stranger Things' Pumpkin You'll See This Halloween

A worthy winner of Jack Morton's yearly contest

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Quite a few amateur costume designers have already appeared in Halloween listicles this year for costumes inspired by the supernatural Netflix smash Stranger Things.

But who thought anyone could bring The Upside Down to life … inside a pumpkin? 

The annual carving contest held by IPG agency Jack Morton is a reliable source for All Hallow's Eve inspiration, with last year's edition ending in a tie between Kim K. and Jack Shit. This year, a team led by art director Chris Maroney wowed viewers with a two-sided squash depicting a collision between the increasingly paranoid reality of Stranger Things' Joyce Byers (Winona Ryder) with the dark universe inhabited by Eleven and her less charming acquaintances.

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