Member Sharm Murugiah created illustrations of movie-goers at a recent screening event from Mubi and Little White Lies.

For its most recent event, cinema streaming service Mubi came together with film mag Little White Lies to screen 1974 slasher Texas Chain Saw Massacre to an audience of horror fans.

London-based illustrator Sharm Murugiah, who has worked with the likes of Disney, Lionsgate and Sci-Fi Now, also sat in the audience, live illustrating the movie-goers as they reacted to the film's shock and gore.

Sharm Murugiah for Little White Lies: Live illustration

Sharm Murugiah for Little White Lies: Live illustration

Sharm Murugiah for Little White Lies: Live illustration

Sharm Murugiah for Little White Lies: Live illustration

Sharm Murugiah for Little White Lies: Live illustration

Sharm Murugiah for Little White Lies: Live illustration

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