With so much creativity generated everyday, we've had the fortune of sharing countless works of art here on My Modern Met. Now, we're also pleased to offer prints and canvases featuring the work of many of today's finest contemporary artists through My Modern Shop. As part of our ongoing series of…
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Coran "Kizer" Stone is a very talented illustrator from California. His Ego series gives us a side by side comparison of our favorite superheroes and their secret identities. We love his own, playful interpretations - like how how purposely makes Peter Parker look like he's from the "early 60's more then the modern cool ass Petey of today." Because to Stone, "the Geek…
Diesel: "In this series, sculptor Adrian Tranquilli shows us the rarely seen, vulnerable side of our favorite superheroes."
"Tranquilli wanted to focus less on the heroes’ superpowers and psychic abilities, and more on their human fragility. As a result, Batman is positioned on his knees looking for answers while Superman is coming…
Ever wonder what Superheroes do when they're not saving everyday citizens? They just want to be ordinary sometimes! Toronto based photographer Ian Pool gives us a peak at Superheroes when they think we're not looking.