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Where Superheroes Go to Center Themselves & Unwind

Sunday 07.13.2014 , Posted by
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We all need time to get grounded and ponder the meaning of life once in awhile. Superheroes are no different. French photographer Benoit Lapray imagines what these places of solitude might look like for all of your favorite Marvel and DC comic book heroes. The imaginative series, which he calls “The Quest for the Absolute” features the superheroes deep in thought in beautiful natural settings. Wonder Woman wades in a tranquil lake while Superman prefers flying over crystal glacial waters. [Read more...]

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Visual Bits #349 > The Evolution Of Video Game Art

Wednesday 01.02.2013 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #316 > Magnificent Marvel Mash-Ups

Saturday 11.17.2012 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #268> Super Duper Man: Alternative Heroes

Monday 09.10.2012 , Posted by

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Visual Bits #250> Hipsters Save Lives

Sunday 08.12.2012 , Posted by



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A Breast Cancer PSA From Comic Superheroines

Thursday 12.22.2011 , Posted by

The threat of cancer is very real these days, and it seems like almost everyone either knows someone who has been affected by breast cancer, or has even been affected themselves. Every year thousands of women lose their battle against the breast cancer beast. This new ad campaign, by Maisa Chaves for DDB Mozambique, was created to raise awareness of regular breast cancer exams among women at risk [Read more...]

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Marvel At These Minimalist Superhero Posters

Tuesday 08.09.2011 , Posted by

Graphic designer Marko Manev has a large and growing collection of minimalist tributes to Marvel superheros; from the Incredible Hulk to Magneto, many of the greats are here. The posters have a nice folded and worn look to them, as if they once proudly symbolized support for their namesake on some imaginary street corner. Purchase prints of these works at society6.com or follow Marko Manev on Twitter @MarkoManev. [Read more...]

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