Avengers Assemble! by Guy Seese & Chris Mitton
A campaign entitled “The Avengers Assemble at Target”, created by Creative Directors Guy Seese and Chris Mitton.The campaign features some of the superheroes’ accessories recreated using everyday objects and toys available at the store.
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Avengers Assemble! by Guy Seese & Chris Mitton
A campaign entitled “The Avengers Assemble at Target”, created by Creative Directors Guy Seese and Chris Mitton.The campaign features some of the superheroes’ accessories recreated using everyday objects and toys available at the store.
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Avengers Assemble! by Guy Seese & Chris Mitton
A campaign entitled “The Avengers Assemble at Target”, created by Creative Directors Guy Seese and Chris Mitton.The campaign features some of the superheroes’ accessories recreated using everyday objects and toys available at the store.
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Avengers Assemble! by Guy Seese & Chris Mitton
A campaign entitled “The Avengers Assemble at Target”, created by Creative Directors Guy Seese and Chris Mitton.The campaign features some of the superheroes’ accessories recreated using everyday objects and toys available at the store.
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Avengers Assemble! by Guy Seese & Chris Mitton

A campaign entitled “The Avengers Assemble at Target”, created by Creative Directors Guy Seese and Chris Mitton.The campaign features some of the superheroes’ accessories recreated using everyday objects and toys available at the store.

Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement”  in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of  the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with  superheroes and references to science fiction.
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Artist Alex Gross’s “Product Placement” in New York, is a series of hijackings of old photographs of portraits of the 1870s, which he turned into collectible cards for geeks, filled with superheroes and references to science fiction.

Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/
Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to  instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to  Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring  to mind a powerful and iconic image.
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Iconic Torsos by http://designomatt.com/

Artist Matthew Gallagher proves that we only need to see a part of our favourite characters to instantly identify them. From Captain America’s ripped leather torso to Spiderman’s mesh suit, the unmistakable details of these costumes bring to mind a powerful and iconic image.

Vivid Illustrations of Superheroes and Villains

As “the humble purveyor of pure awesomeness,” as he calls himself, John Aslarona is schooling us on superhero art. The New York City native’s pieces are colorful, vibrant and mesmerizing. He has the ability to turn epic superheroes and villains into even more incredible characters.
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Vivid Illustrations of Superheroes and Villains

As “the humble purveyor of pure awesomeness,” as he calls himself, John Aslarona is schooling us on superhero art. The New York City native’s pieces are colorful, vibrant and mesmerizing. He has the ability to turn epic superheroes and villains into even more incredible characters.
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Vivid Illustrations of Superheroes and Villains

As “the humble purveyor of pure awesomeness,” as he calls himself, John Aslarona is schooling us on superhero art. The New York City native’s pieces are colorful, vibrant and mesmerizing. He has the ability to turn epic superheroes and villains into even more incredible characters.
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Vivid Illustrations of Superheroes and Villains

As “the humble purveyor of pure awesomeness,” as he calls himself, John Aslarona is schooling us on superhero art. The New York City native’s pieces are colorful, vibrant and mesmerizing. He has the ability to turn epic superheroes and villains into even more incredible characters.
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Vivid Illustrations of Superheroes and Villains

As “the humble purveyor of pure awesomeness,” as he calls himself, John Aslarona is schooling us on superhero art. The New York City native’s pieces are colorful, vibrant and mesmerizing. He has the ability to turn epic superheroes and villains into even more incredible characters.
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Vivid Illustrations of Superheroes and Villains

As “the humble purveyor of pure awesomeness,” as he calls himself, John Aslarona is schooling us on superhero art. The New York City native’s pieces are colorful, vibrant and mesmerizing. He has the ability to turn epic superheroes and villains into even more incredible characters.