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The evolution of the Batman logo. #deepcor #DC #comics #batman #evolution #batmanlogo #film #entertainment
The Evolution of the Batman Logo - Since first being introduced all the way back in 1939, the superhero with “no real superpowers” has gone on to become one of the most popular faces from the DC Comics universe. Artist Cathryn Lavery has celebrated the history of Batman with this amazing ‘The Evolution Of The Batman Logo” illustration showing everything from the original logo all the way up to Christopher Nolan’s modern interpretation.
Evolution of the Batman Logo. I'd really like to get the 1992 batman logo on side of my finger, I grew up on the movies and remember watching them with my dad and brothers
The Batman Logo Evolution II (I know there were comics and such, but this board is the best for it to fit on. :) )
Illustration by Stanley Smith from 'The Gilbert Harding Question Book' devised by W. H. Mason, published 1956.
Bear in the Woods - illustration by Frida Clemens. (I created an illustration board finally just to add this. It's not 'art' and not 'design' but a perfect mix.)
An interesting combination of typography, graphic elements, texture and photography. The placement of the elements lends a sense of movement and fills the space without feeling overwhelming.
isolation by Skinny Ships : Richard Perez, via Flickr | pink and blue snow storm on a cabin in the woods
1910 may month rare celestial star map original antique astronomy print lithograph X gemini taurus. $40.00, via Etsy.
sign lettering by jeremy pettis, via Flickr
Emma McNally; untitled 2012, digital (from graphite on paper drawing) colour note 1.
I love the excitement and bright lights of a big city, but my heart belongs to the quiet of a...
Light and signage = a perfect combination.
A side project for textile designer, Shelley Steer, and graphic designer, Louise Fernando.
High contrast colors and layout for mag cover. Unique masthead.