An original illustration by cartoonist Kerry Callen.
Michael Latimer’s 22” x 30” paintings of Batman and Superman are on sale here for £80 (around $59) apiece. Released in runs of 20 each, the paintings are hand painted/sprayed…
The most memorable superheroes are not just those with almost-supernatural powers or fantastic gadgets, but the ones with whom we empathize with the most. Comic book writers cleverly give these powerful beings wonderful origin stories, which not only lend them a touch of poignant vulnerability, but also justifiable reasons for their single-minded pursuit of justice.
Khao Ho, an illustrator from San Francisco, California, created this minimalist poster series to show us that “despite the trials of our past, what we choose to do moving forward is much more important to us and the world we share.”
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Huertas painstakingly creates his digital cubist art by first making basic wire drawings of his subjects, which he then fills with colors and later overlays with textures.
Visit his profile on Behance to see more of his art.
You can check out some images of the creative process, after the jump. (more…)
In this series of heartwarming illustrations, Paris-based designer and visual development artist, Andry "Shango" Rajoelina, reveals the softer side of the battle-hardened members of the Justice League by portraying them as doting parental figures to their sidekicks (both real and imaginary).
Check out the rest of the illustrations, after the jump.
What would a comic book superhero be, without having a city to protect and operate from? Though Superman was brought up in the fictional town of Smallville, the equally-fictional Metropolis would be the city where he would find his true calling, and even love. The mean streets of Gotham city played a huge role in the rise of the brooding Dark Knight. New York city, with its towering buildings and dark alleys, is the perfect setting for Spider-Man to fight crime in.
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Poor Aquaman. Always the odd one out.. Click on the image to view large. “Sushi Friends,” by Ape Lad. Vote here, if you want to see this printed on a…
WTF, by Minga, a creative studio in Argentina.
Weirdo Toys’ Justin Gammon picked up this monstrosity at a toy show. It’s a freakish combination of Superman and Spiderman, with a dash of Batman to make things even more…
The dude doesn’t really give a damn! [via]