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 »

Superheroes Reimagined With Realistic Body Types

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Fans and critics have long discussed and debated the unrealistic bodies of comic book superheroes, from gravity-defying breasts and tiny waists to bulging biceps and washboard abs. However, now Bulimia.com has done what it refers to as “reverse Photoshopping of comic covers,” and given the superheroes bodies that reflect average American body types.
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Most “Toxic” Superheroes

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#1: Superman. According to McAfee, 16.50% of Web searches for Superman led to sites with viruses and other malicious software. Pictured here: The Superman costume that was worn by Christopher Reeve in “Superman: The Movie” on display at Profiles In History in Calabasas, northwest of downtown Los Angeles, on July 19, 2012 in California. (Photo by Frederic J. Brown/AFP Photo)
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Fantastic Portraits of Superheroes Set Against Tranquil Environments

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Superman has the Fortress of Solitude, Batman has the Batcave. Obviously, even superheroes need some space and alone time. When the writers drew up these characters, they also had to humanize them by giving them some kind of escape where they could be by themselves. French photographer Benoit Lapray‘s imagined series, ‘The Quest for the Absolute, Portraits of Superheroes’ builds on that premise. The collection shows images of famous superheroes alone with their thoughts while in tranquil environments.
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Kids vs Superheroes

“I am a Superhero” is a name of the contest that Marvel Comics and Disney held together in Russia. A contest is timed to release “The Avengers” movie. The purpose of the contest is to ask kids and their parents to create a costume based on a Marvel comics character. Here are some crazy-ass costumes. Continue reading »

Superheroes of Modernity Meet with Superheroes of Pop Culture

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Superheroes. This series of five maquette-like sculptures attemts to act as a humorous link between the early 20th century Masters of art and design that shaped modernity, with contemporay icons of pop culture. It’s all about interrelation and continuity. Materials used to make the pieces are: cardboard, wood, acrylic colours, sand, glitter, foamboard, printed paper, remodeled figurines (scale 1:50) & glue. Photography by Michalis Dalanikas & Dimitris Polychroniadis. Continue reading »