Superheroes are a continuous source of inspiration for many artists, but most choose to illustrate only the times when they are caught in action, I’m serious, I’m serious posing ostentatiously, and the storyline is always a drama with a happy ending. Designer Grégoire Guillemin, chose to capture in his illustrations pop-influenced moments “ordinary” in everyday life superhero, and the result convinced us that this approach deserves a place here or better for the “courage” to show superheroes in situations more “humane”.
Torren is a young illustrator, whose talent is to be found on its website in dozens of high quality cartoons posted at various events or dedicated its inspiration from everyday life. Unlike other cartoons, or other artists who chose to express their talent in the form of illustrations Torren just try not to distort the character to arouse the viewer’s amusement but also strives to keep the maximum of details that make each character unique and style coloring is pushed to the maximum, tending towards photorealism.
Exercise of imagination: major brands buy advertising space on their superhero costumes. Based on this hypothesis, Roberto Santos Verga collected works of some artists portfolios like Admira Wijaya, Jim Lee, David Finch, Alex Ross, Derek Laufman, Ryan Meinerding, Alex Maleev, Gabriele Dell’Otto, Carlo Pagulayan, Jorge Pepelife, Adi Granovit and Phil Noto in which integrated a well known brand, giving birth to the following gallery.
Tyler Stout movie posters to create a unique style, hard to confuse and hard to ignore. Although he began by illustrating posters for various musicians more or less known in Seattle and Portland, now has a portfolio of posters for films like Inglorious Basterds, Captain America, Iron Man II and Reservior Dogs.