Superheroes are defined as people with superhuman powers. Polygons, on the other hand, are figures with at least three straight sides and angles, and typically five or more.
Ever spend mindless hours worrying about what would happen if Batman and Superman accidently got their outfits mixed up? What if a shocking laundry accident put the costumes of Captain America, Catwoman and the Green Lantern in danger? Well, thanks to Prague-based artist Goenetix, we need wonder no more.
I love this modern twist on cubism that Liam Brazier has developed into a style of his own. His geometric approach bares resemblance to 90s TV show Red Dwarf’s Kryton, yet his depictions of these classic Superheroes still have fresh feel.
The HEY! art show in Paris has these creepy superhero embryos by Alexandre Nicolas on display. Some of them are amusing with their iconic costumes, while others, like the Invisible Man, are haunting and beautiful.