The Secret Life of Superheroes

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Graphic designer Gregoire Guillemin who calls himself “Eclectic Graphical Gamer” gives us a hilarious insight on what superheroes may be doing in their “off-screen” life. The colors and graphics are exactly like the real characters but the situations they are in are quite different from their established image. The sneak-peak into the secret life of superheroes not makes for a great and entertaining visual series but also asks some great questions. What if superheroes had to do the same routines like all of us – like shaving and drinking coffee every day? Do they have the same vices as most of us do?

Greg has been working with pop and comics imagery for a while and his website features some great graphic design works of pop icons in unusual situations. His movie poster series is also a personal reading of the movies and comic/cartoon characters very much engrained in our culture.

Via Greg Guillemin’s website.

 

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