Tag: comics

What If Corporations Sponsored Superheroes?

Imagine if Capitalism reaches the point where the big brands start to sponsor superheroes? How would this influence their images? Roberto Santos, an Art Director from Milan, Italy, decided to pursue this scary yet interesting idea. While experimenting, Robert selected proper brands that would...

Minimal Marvel Posters by Marko Manev

Marko Manev is a painter, sculptor, illustrator, graphic designer, writer, and wait for it... comic artist from Skopje, Macedonia. He's a man of many skills, and quality work is definitely one of them! If you are a Marvel fan, then you will...

Incidental Cartoons and Comics by Grant Snider

Grant Snider started out drawing daily cartoons for the University of Kansas student newspaper. The recognition of his work from his fellow classmates led to a weekly strip called "Delayed Karma" for the Kansas City Star. His wisdom packed comics and illustrations now...

Super Villains’ High School Yearbook Photos

DeviantArt user GhostHause recently created a series of super villains' high school yearbook photos. This awesome idea captures each villains expression and gives them a unique personality. Gaining much attention/traction from his amazing illustrations, GhostHause is currently working on the 2nd and final...

Exceptional Character Design and Comic Art by CreatureBox

CreatureBox follows the adventures of Dave Guertinand Greg Baldwin as they explore the wild world of character design and comic art. Based in North Carolina USA, CreatureBox has expertise in illustration, concept art, comics, character design and art direction. Previously they've had the honor to work...

The Art of Low-Brow Advertising [INFOGRAPHIC]

Most advertisers only have half a minute to reach out to consumers on a television commercial. The majority of commercials can fit into a few different archetypes. Advertising manipulates viewers into believing that they need a product or that a...

The Truth About Wartime Propaganda in Comics

Wartime propaganda was embodied in many visually striking forms; yet in particular, the pickings to be had going through the covers and advertisements of comic books are rich indeed. WWII propaganda machine took the sparkle of the ‘The Golden Age...