10 Trick Or Treat Designs

Brian
October 12, 2012

Trick or treat is the ultimate childhood experience.  You get to dress up.  You get to go out.  You get tons of free candy.  It’s a right of passage, as young Halloween haunts reach the age when they’re able to go out with groups of friends.  And if you’re a graphic designer, you love trick or treat for all its visual possibilities, showcased in the following 10 super cool trick-or-treat designs.

1.Trick or Treat by Mayte Goni

This design combines the creepiness of an old-time carnival with a twisted clown who is reminiscent of The Joker from "Batman." Scary, but not too scary. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-00  

2. Trick or Tweet by Scott Pollard

Scott Pollard keeps his trick or treating fun with these mask-wearing bears. It has a kiddie feel with a touch of Halloween edginess. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-07  

3. Trick or Treat by Stina Jones

Is it a robot or a mummy – or both? Either way, this one gets into the spirit of Halloween with a sense of humor. The pumpkin with brains is a subtle yet spooky touch. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-13  

4. Trick or Treat by CSA Images

A retro feel pervades this timeless design from CSA. The contrast between the black, white, and orange makes the graphic pop off the page. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-21  

5. Trick or Treat by Encombecer

Cool and a little creepy, this mysterious figure makes you wonder exactly what is under the mask. Is it a little kid or a little ghoul? I’m not sure I want to find out. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-28  

6. Trick R Treat by Strongstuff

This poster harkens back to the days of boxed Halloween costumes that you would find in a department store. It’s retro, crazy and lots of fun! 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-36  

7. Lalala, Trick or Treat? by Ceramic Rose

The Headless Horseman is dressed to the nines in this dark-but-humorous design from Ceramic Rose. Holding the pumpkin head is a nice touch! 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-45  

8. Trick or Treat by Cindell Ribbens

Who knew Halloween could be too cute for words? The googly eyes and smiles flow well with the happy colors. It’s a Halloween trip! 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-32-52  

9. Trick or Treat Studios by Rondal Scott

Halloween, all rolled into one image: creepy, weird, fun, scary and even a taste of candy corn. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-33-07  

10. This Is Halloween by Adam Koon

Adam Koon places his futuristic retro spacemen in a classic 1950s black-and-white scene. The hot dog and tree TP are nice touches. 10 Super Cool Trick Or Treat Designs.doc - OpenOffice.org Writer_2012-10-10_16-33-19

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About Brian Morris

Brian Morris serves in various capacities as a freelance writer, content developer and public relations specialist for growing small businesses. When he’s not writing, he can be found on the racquetball court - usually getting his tail kicked by guys 20 years older.

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