Posts Tagged ‘ Wonder Woman ’

Reebok: Be More Human.


 


Reebok #BeMoreHuman—Working with Venables Bell + Partners I created a hand-drawn typeface that could be adapted by other designers to form distinctive lettering work for their new Reebok #BeMoreHuman campaign. I only created the typeface with many alternatives Venables Bell + Partners created the photography, layouts, lettering and other adaptations.  The campaign was celebrating strong women who have made positive changes to the world in unique ways. It featured stars Gal Godot, Ariana Grande, Gigi Hadid and others who encourage people to “Be the best possible version of themselves physically, mentally, and socially.”

The German Justice League Posters.


It’s been a very Justice League-heavy week and don’t expect the marketing train to slow down anytime soon as we approach November and race closer and closer to the arrival of the biggest DC film to date.  Earlier, Germany’s Blu-ray Magazine has released five brand new collectible covers featuring arguably our best look at five out of the six core League members: Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), and Cyborg (Ray Fisher).  Check the method below.

The First Wonder Woman Trailer Is Here.


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Last week I was treated to a tour of Warner Brothers facilities by some folks who work there, and one of the greatest thing I got to see was an exclusive look at Wonder Woman.  I wasn’t able to say anything about the footage I saw until this very morning when Warners released the first official trailer for the 2017 action film.  Check out the trailer below.

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The First Official Look At Wonder Woman.


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Comic Con has been surprisingly underwhelming this year, with more posters for highly anticipated films than actual footage.  Fortunately DC has come through in the clutch, and presented us with our first look at 2017’s ‘Wonder Woman’ film.  Check the trailer below, and let us know what you think.

Batman v Superman May Not Have Been The Movie We Needed, But It Had The Soundtrack We Deserved.


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Composer Tom Holkenborg (better known as Junkie XL) teamed up with the legendary Hans Zimmer to create the score on the extremely controversial ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice’, and it was a work of art.  Regardless of what the (very divided) public thinks of the film, its soundtrack is something to be held in high regard.  From the guitar shredding theme of Wonder Woman, to deep piano and horns of Lex Luthor’s theme, this film shines from a sonic standpoint.  Superman’s theme from the ‘Man Of Steel’ film makes a resurgence, and Ben Afflecks’ Batman receives a new and ominous sound.  Check out the entire, official soundtrack below.

 

Guess Who’s Directing The Offical J.L.A. Movie?


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A Justice League feature film is not only officially on track today, but has also announced a director. The Wall Street Journal reports that Man of Steel helmer Zack Snyder will make the ensemble blockbuster his follow-up to 2016’s Batman vs. Superman.  The Man of Steel sequel will shoot back-to-back with JLA movie.  “It will be a further expansion of this universe,” Warner Bros. president of worldwide production Greg Silverman tells the outlet. “’Superman vs Batman’ will lead into ‘Justice League.’”  Although no Justice League cast is official at this stage, the project is likely to again star Henry Cavill as Superman, Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and Ray Fisher as Cyborg (with a view that other JLAers are expected to be announced in the future).

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The Hottest Women Of The Comic World via Justice Mag.


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Have you ever thought of seeing Supergirl or Wonder Woman doing a photoshoot for the cover of your favorite magazine? This idea was realized by an artist where his excellent skills in digital illustration and fascination with comic book superheroines lead him into creating a series of epic magazine covers.  Stanley Lau (also known as “Artgerm” for most of his global fans), is an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends Studios — a digital art studio that produces works for Capcom, DC Comics, Square Enix and other popular companies in the entertainment and gaming industry. Born and raised in Hong Kong, his terrific style in digital illustration is a mix of eastern and western art styles with a strong sense of aesthetics and fluidity.  One interesting personal project of him is the “Justice Mag” series where he illustrates popular superheroines as if they are posing for covers of a popular publication called Justice Magazine. Among them is a Poison Ivy as the queen of gardening, Supergirl in style, and a Wonder Woman as a badass crime fighter.

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DC Hero Inspired Cars.


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Recently, Kia released a string of DC Super Hero inspired vehicles that, no matter how hard any tuner tried, they wouldn’t be able to come close to.  This line up of customized cars embellish the characters they represent to a T.  From Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman, Kia has really turned up the heat with these collector vehicles.

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Super Hero Manatees.


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Joel Micah Harris has gone and created some amazing pieces of fan art, which portray superheroes as manatees. It’s a little bizarre and utterly random, but you can’t deny that his pictures aren’t amazingly wonderful (not to mention hilarious).

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Manatees get a lot of grief for being not overly intelligent, but that doesn’t mean they don’t look great when dressed up as Hawkeye or Wonder Woman.  Below are seven amazing pieces of fan art of manatee superheroes, though there are many more that can be found at Joel’s deviantart. You can also go onto Joel’s Red Bubble account if you’d like to own prints, T-shirts, or stickers of his artwork.

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Batman-Inspired Kia Optima Concept


Kia Motors America has unveiled a Batmobile-themed Optima SX, the first in what is planned to be a long line of vehicles designed in partnership with DC Comics. The Batmobile was designed by superstar comic book artist Jim Lee in partnership with Rides magazine. The vehicle is now on display at NYC’s Time Warner Center. The customized Optima SX is the first of eight Justice League-themed vehicles, with cars inspired by Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Cyborg expected to follow in the next few months. All of these models are part of the campaign We Can Be Heroes, which aims to fight hunger in the Horn of Africa.

The NEW D.C. Comics Heroes.


This past summer, mega-publisher DC Comics is revamping its entire superhero empire. Every one of its 52 titles will be relaunched with an all-new issue number one, complete with new story lines, new histories, and new costumes. Yup, some of the world’s most legendary crime fighters—and their arch enemies—are getting a makeover. “The goal was to modernize the mythology, to contemporize the look and feel of the characters,” says DC copublisher Jim Lee. “It’s something done continually by every major comics publisher, but it has never been done on such an all-encompassing scale.” The first series to get its makeover will be Justice League (drawn by Lee) and its iconic lineup: Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Green Lantern, Aquaman, and Cyborg (well, mostly iconic lineup). Here’s a peek at three heroes in their new duds.

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Superman

Trunks: The most noticeable costume change is on the Man of Steel, who has lost his red trunks (ahem, they weren’t underwear). “He’ll be the most controversial,” Lee predicts.

Articulation: Superman and his colleagues have shed their spandex for a more armorlike, sculpted look.

Red Belt: Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman used to sport golden belts—Supes now has a red belt with a logo-shaped buckle. “We looked at all the characters together. We went with red because it looked better in a lineup.”

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The Flash

Wings: The Scarlet Speedster’s signature head-wings are now sharper and flare back to lessen drag. At high speed they function as rudders.

Velocity: Flash’s superspeed is depicted by electricity flares that spark off his body.

Change of clothes: Former Flash would stop and change into a spare costume he kept inside his ring. Now segments of the garb pop out of the ring and snap into place as he moves.

Trim: When Flash runs, his piping glows. The faster he goes, the hotter and whiter it gets.

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Aquaman

Habitat: This King of the Seven Seas is more rugged than his predecessor. He’s unkempt, with a wilder hairstyle and some tough-guy stubble. “He does shave underwater, after all,” Lee says.

Armor: Aquaman has shed his traditional flat-orange fish scales in favor of a golden chain-mail motif and a sleeker trident.

Collar: The Nehru collars that Aquaman, Superman, and the Green Lantern now wear were inspired by modern-day dress uniforms of the Marines and the Navy.