Artist Andrew Lamb has given the neighborhood watch signs a revamp by fixing photos of superheroes to the existing signs. Recognizing that he is vandalizing public property, he said he does not feel it’s “ethically or morally wrong”, but hopes that “it’s just spontaneous nostalgia and happiness, the kind of vandalism you can bring home to mom”.
Texan artist Mike Mitchell recently collaborated with Mondo Gallery to create a comics-themed show featuring portraits of Marvel’s heroes and villains.
Superheroes - Past/Present.
California-based artist Khoa Ho is back with the second part of his series showcasing hero’s past and present selves.
California based designer Khoa Ho has created an interesting series of minimal posters showing super heroes origins.
Here’s a heartwarming post. The A.C.Camargo Cancer Center in São Paulo, is a client of the Brazilian office of worldwide ad agency JWT. JWT teamed up with Warner brothers and designed Justice League intravenous covers for sick kids battling cancer. But it didn’t stop there, they went on to design comic books and the whole Children’s ward of the hospital in a Justice League Theme.
Art Director Roberto Vergati Santos Imagined the day capitalism reached the point, where the big brands started to sponsor superheroes. Based on this, he decided to experiment with some characters, and see what would be the results of such idea.
Superhero Noir Posters
“Extraordinary illustration artwork by the Macedonian artist Marko Manev a Mixed Media Artist, Comic Artist and Writer, Freelance Illustrator and Graphic Designer based in Skopje. The series entitled “Superhero Noir” features great grainy black and white compositions of our all known superhero comics. For other Marko’s artwork check his full portfolio at Behance.”
Justice League of America drawn on dollar bills. By Aslan Malik.
The work of Isaac Brynjegard-Bialik
Isaac used cut-up comic books to create stained-glass-like artworks. I’m really pulled into this for some reason, the colours are great.
Marvel Minimalist Posters