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Tag Archives: Wonder Woman
Buzzfeed asked illustrator Celeste Pille to redesign well-known DC and Marvel universe super-heroine costumes from a female perspective. That and the fact that she gave the women in question body shapes that at least are possible in the real world, actually … Continue reading
I’m always interested in projects that combine elements of popular or geek culture to create new visual designs. Heroic Words Of Wisdom is such a project, which has been around for a while but only just popped up on my radar … Continue reading
New York designer Diego Fonseca created these mockups for Red Bull energy drink cans adorned with the colors of celebrated Justice League members. I doubt whether these will ever be realised. After all, the Flash already has wings, and the … Continue reading
What is it with superheroes and shaving these days? First there was Gillette, asking how Superman shaved (after all, with his super strength in his super hair, you’d need a super razor to get that smooth). And now there’s Braun, … Continue reading
A children’s hospital in Brasil developed a special packaging for cancer treatment medicine, combined with comic books that explain how the drug works and why the procedure is so horrible, to help its young patients grow faith in their recover. … Continue reading
Brasilian illustrator Butcher Billy betrays his age with this New Wave – Silver age mashup. Ever imagined Ian Curtis as Batman, Siouxsie Sioux as Wonder Woman or Robert Smith as Plastic Man? Look no further…
Designer and illustrator Grégoire Guillemin collects a number of candid snapshots into the life of super-hero icons when they’re not in frame. And that makes from some more or less revealing extreme closeups. (via Design Taxi)