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Facetters: Designer Created a Cool Collection of “Hero Logos,” Combining Typography with Popular Characters

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According to Sergey Kirmanov: “I present to your attention a collection of heroic logos. It features 20 heroes from different universes. It was interesting for me to combine the images of the characters with their text writing. The resulting symbiosis of faces and letters was named.” Continue reading »

Sleek, Masculine, and Cheerful Pin-Up Superheroes and Ordinary Males by David Talaski

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We’ve been taught to think that only gorgeous ladies with elegant shapes can be pin-up models, but that’s actually a vile stereotype – male pin-up models can be charming, too. Continue reading »

Cyber Geralt of Rivia and The Incredibles: Superb Comic Art by Warrick Wong

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Warrick Wong is an illustrator based in Sydney. He draws concept art and re-imagines classic heroes of mass culture, adding unusual details to them. For example, Wong’s version of Geralt gets the coolest cyber-wolf armor. Continue reading »

EVA-01, Astroboy, and Venom: Colorful Illustrations by Chun Lo

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Chun Lo is an artist from Florida, mostly working on all kinds of freelance projects. He is a very good at drawing conceptual characters, comics, advertising illustrations, and even makes hundreds of commissions; this guy can do it all, not for nothing that ImagineFX magazine in 2010 named him one of the most promising illustrators of those years. Continue reading »

A Comic Book Classic and Master of Abstraction: Illustrations by Bill Sienkiewicz

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Bill Sienkiewicz (pronounced sin-KEV-itch) is an Eisner-winning, Emmy-nominated artist best known for revamping the style of comic and graphic novel illustration from 1980 onward, most notably with Marvel Comic’s Elektra: Assassin and his acclaimed graphic novel Stray Toasters, earning him an international reputation and cult status across media industries. Continue reading »

Bloody Conan and The Beloved Superheroes: Comic Illustrations by Mahmud Asrar

Mahmud Asrar is a Turkish comics artist who has worked on such “flagships” of DC and Marvel as Justice League of America, Supergirl, X-Men, Avengers: The Initiative, She-Hulk and many others. The Conan series stands out in his portfolio – it was Asrar’s chopped-up and extremely dynamic drawing style that gave the comics about the legendary Cimmerian the necessary energy and power. Continue reading »

Children Were Given A Task To Create Original Heroes And Pros Had To Illustrate Them, Here’s The End Result

“Rosie The Rainbow Sparkle Covid Nurse” By Hannah (Aged 8, England)

As much as we like the superheroes that we’re used to, like Iron Man, Batman, and Spider-man, there’s always some space left for imagination to think of new ones. And who’s more qualified to imagine new heroes than children? And thus, children from various countries were given a task that would be daunting for most adults: to create new superheroes. And they answered the call to the challenge, just like superheroes themselves. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates How Our Favorite Characters Have Changed In Adorable Illustrations

LA-based artist Jeff Victor illustrates the evolution of iconic pop culture characters with an ‘adorkable’ twist. Today, he is back with a spin-off illustration series called Mini Evolution that shows our favorite characters before and after they went through a change. Whether it’s a secret superhero identity, character development, or different versions of the same character—you’ll surely enjoy a geeky recap of pop culture’s finest in Victor’s own cute style. Continue reading »

Toy Jared Middleto Photographer Uses Practical Effects for Amazing Action Photos

Jared Middleton (AKA Sirdork) is a toy photographer who brings miniature scenes to life using practical effects. His photos are created by carefully setting up scenes with action figures and then adding in things like water, snow, dirt, and sparklers to complete the look. Continue reading »

“Lockdown Heroes”: Essential Workers Turned Into Comics Heroes

To pay tribute to the ones who worked during the lockdown to provide us an access to essential services, Tomo Taka, a London-based creative, turned them into comic books heroes. Continue reading »

Artist Illustrates 7 Types Of Superheroes Of This Pandemic And We All Can Be At Least One Of Them

The coronavirus is really testing our world. It has had far-reaching consequences beyond the spread of the disease and efforts to contain it. From disruption to factories and logistics to massive losses in the entertainment industry, our everyday lives have already been severely challenged. Continue reading »

The Superb Noir Superhero Posters By Marko Manev

Marko Manev is an illustrator, graphic designer and a conceptual mixed-media artist. He has a bachelor of fine arts degree and has worked as a graphic designer in advertising for a number of years. Currently he works as a freelance artist and specializes in digital illustration for film, TV shows, games and various pop culture properties. His clients include Marvel, Lucasfilm, Disney, 20th Century Fox, Wizards of the Coast, Wired Magazine, The New Yorker, Variety and many others. Marko is available for commission work. Continue reading »

Japanese Photographer Brings Action Figures To Life In Impressive Shots

For those who just cannot wait for the new adventures of their favorite superheroes to come out, Japanese photographer Hot.kenobi has a special treat. The artist has a knack for creating intricate scenes that tell alternative stories of many famous superheroes and portrays them using figures. Continue reading »

Macedonian Artist Combined Soviet Era Posters With Popular Comic Superheroes

A Macedonian designer whose name is Zoki Cardula has conducted an art experiment and combined Soviet posters and images of popular comic books. The result is rather interesting. For example, Hulk has become an ardent opponent of alcohol while captain America is honoring the instructions of Vladimir Lenin. So let’s check out how comic book heroes would look like if they lived in the USSR. Continue reading »

Better Batman Than You: The Superb Comic Illustrations By The Malaysian Artist Kael Ngu

Kael Ngu is a Concept Artist and Illustrator who resides in Malaysia, currently working as a freelancer. The artist is relatively new to the business but his amazing talent has already taken him far. Continue reading »

Hilarious Illustrations Show What Famous Characters Would Buy At The Supermarket

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According to an artist Linda Bouderbala: “I’m sure my favorite characters have needs too. In our consumeristic society, I wondered what they could buy if they could do their shopping just like us in a supermarket… With all those mass market products within easy reach. Here’s the result of my imagination!” Continue reading »

Catvengers: Cats Reimagined As Marvel And DC Superheroes By Fajareka Setiawan

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To all the geeky cat-lovers out there – we bring the purrfect artwork you will not be able to resist. A talented Indonesian illustrator and concept artist Fajareka Setiawan is creating fun mashups of cute kittens and Marvel and DC characters that we didn’t know we needed in our lives. Continue reading »

Artist Transforms Victorian Portraits Into Modern Pop Culture Trading Cards

Artist Alex Gross transforms 19th-century portraits into amusing mashups with iconic figures of popular culture. Using the sepia-toned photographs as his initial inspiration, Gross paints on cabinet cards (these were a style of portraits mounted on a 4.25-inch by 6.5-inch sheet that had widespread appeal after 1870). When he’s done, the anonymous men and women from yesteryear are retro versions of superheroes, villains, and famous figures from pop culture. Continue reading »

The Way This Man Takes Pictures With Superheroes Is Both Genius And Funny

Malaysian Wire Hon creates fun scenes with superhero dolls from the Marvel and DC Comics franchises using only his smartphone. According to his Instagram – “everybody needs a hobby…” and he couldn’t have done a better job at choosing his own, for it is incredible and fun! Continue reading »

Russian Artist Portrayed Retired Superheroes: Now They Are Nice Granny And Granddaddy

Artist Lesya Guseva from Perm in her Instagram created a series of funny drawings, related curious fantasy — superheroes and supervillains, retired. How they will look like, what they will do. Continue reading »

The Secret Lives Of Superheroes – Batman vs Superman

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To celebrate the launch of ‘Batman v Superman’, Colombian graphic artist Fulvio Obregon (previously) has created a new series of illustrations to imagine how superheroes stay fit and healthy during their days off. A sneak peak into their private lives. Continue reading »

Old Superheroes: Artist Shows How Superheroes Will Look When They Retire

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Eddie Liu, an artist based in Shanghai, has created a short but wonderful series that imagines what a few of our favorite superheroes might look like when they grow old. In Liu’s interpretation, they’ve lost some of their youthful sheen but retain all of their heroic majesty. Continue reading »

Children’s Superheroes Shadows Posters

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Following his bestselling series “Walking Shadows”, artist Jason Ratliff brings you “Super Shadows”—a collection that illustrates the power of imagination. “It’s about how a kid can be anything they want to be,” he says. Based out of Indianapolis, Jason continues to create whimsical artworks, empowering both children and adults alike. Continue reading »

When An Artist Turns Himself Into Superheroes Thanks To Body Painting

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In line with the amazing make-up art of Lianne Moseley, here are today the creations of the makeup artist Argenis Pinal, who uses body painting to turn himself and his models into famous superheroes or pop culture characters, from Wolverine to Superman through the Joker, Magneto, Harley Quinn, Spiderman, Double Face and so on. Continue reading »

An Artist Created A Stunning Mashup Portraits Of Superheroes And Girls

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Sandra Chevrier is a Canadian artist born in 1983. As far as this artist can remember, art has always been present in her life. She reminds with special detail a specific work she saw by the Canadian artist Heidi Taillefer titled “Detritus of devotion”. This work transmitted so much to her that was then, at the early age of 14 years old, when she decided that she wanted to devote herself to transmit that emotion to others. Continue reading »