In lieu of official merchandise (so far there has only been a few lame items from New Hammer,) here is a selection of fan art which has kindly been provided by the people who made it. If you want something featured here, please let me know via the contact form. Even though some of the people here make a living from their art, I decided to group everything as “fan art” because nothing here could be considered part of the Quatermass Canon.
Robert Isaac Harker
Robert describes his work thus:
A sculpture in progress, based on the Martian from “Quatermass and the Pit” (BBC-TV, 1957). The sculpture is about 18 cm tall; the scale is about 1:5. The main material is Air Dough; the legs are reinforced with brass rod; some of the joints are filled with Milliput Superfine White epoxy.
You can see more cool images of this sculpture on Robert’s Flickr page.
Robert also put together this trailer from various sources, for an envisioned remake:
Jeff did a model of the Martian ship from the film version of Quatermass and the Pit. It is made from builders foam and clay and measures about 20x20x20 cm.
Martin did another version of the alien ship from the film version of Quatermass and the Pit, working with Perspex and polyester resin. The model is about 20 cm long and Martin says there will one day be a larger version.
This figure of the Donlevy Quatermass is about 30 cm tall. Ian used the a body from Sideshow figure (with some padding) and sculpted the head out of Super Sculpey oven bake clay. The clothes were made from old off cuts.
Stuart does digital montages inspired by a ton of films, including the Quatermass ones. You can see more of his work here.
These are manipulated digital photos. Nick is also known as the keeper of the “Professor Bernard Quatermass” Facebook page.
Roger “Zombie Dad” Koch
Roger did a series of drawings and acrylic paintings based on the series. Roger won the Rondo Fan Artist of the Year Award in 2011 and you can see more of his work here.
Mark is a British artist with a special love of all things Boris Karloff. He has, however, dabbled in other things as can be seen below. Mark won the Rondo Fan Artist of the Year Award in 2012. You can contact him regarding commissions via email.
These were made in the mid nineties for the Hammer Horror series of trading cards which was put out by Cornerstone. The series consisted of regular cards and so-called “sketch cards” where various artists were commissioned to interpret various Hammer films. You can see the full set of Robert’s Quatermass-inspired cards here.
Vincent is an artist who works in digital collage. He draws his inspiration from a variety of sources, including our beloved Quatermass franchise. You can see more of his work here.
Alastair did a series of alternate posters for the TV shows.
Damian did these two digital images, both inspired by the 1979 series.