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Have you ever wondered how much it would cost to actually become Batman or Iron Man? Check out this really awesome infographic from MoneySupermarket.com in which they've taken into account everything that it would take to become superhero.

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Marc Morera designer and illustrator has created a wonderful series of Star Wars Infographics that show character progression, alliances and conflicts in the Star Wars movies, animated series, comic books and major novels. Characters are illustrated as recognizable isotypes. Each character’s plot line is color-coded, and the lines from the appropriate characters converge at circles representing the major conflicts along each story timeline.

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Olympics equals 5 circles.
What else can you use them for?
To create a unique trivia game!

The latest special edition of ThinkInvisible contains a set of unique pictures dedicated to the Olympic games.

 

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Think Invisible is a poster project created by Adri Bodor and Mark Szulyovszky. Think Invisible posters show popular characters or figures with only the important details shown within a circle—while other details remain hidden.

How many posters are you able to recognize?

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This is a series of nine Avengers character themed cocktails from The More I Arty. The Avengers cocktail list is a combination of existing recipes with ingredients that relate to specific traits and colors associated with characters like Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and more. Would You Drink These Avengers-Themed Cocktails?

 

 

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In his series entitled Faces, designer Patrick Seymour from Montreal Canada uses bold lines and symmetry to create some striking line art illustrations.

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Marcus Malaysia-based graphic designer Marcus created these silhouetted superhero posters. The series of works, which are available in the artist's Etsy shop known as Poster Inspired, feature four famous superheroes including Batman, Spiderman, The Incredible Hulk, and Captain America, whom we've all grown familiar with through Hollywood blockbusters.

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Derek Watkins, a graduate student in Geography at the University of Oregon, has created a map that looks something like spilled ink and shows population density around the world. The flash based map features a slider, allowing viewers to adjust the view between densities of 5 people per square kilometer all the way to a sardine can tight, 500 people per square kilometer.

 

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Olaf Cuadras Ferré is illustrator, art director, graphic designer and talented poster artist, creating a series of cartoonish images inspired by classic and cult films like Pulp Fiction, The Big Lebowski, Apocalypse Now and more. The simple design of the posters — featuring iconic characters, evocative typography, and a monochromatic background — is complemented by bold colors and an attention to detail in the depiction of characters’ facial expressions, clothing, and props.

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London-based design and art director Yoni Alter's made Famous Rainbows and Famous Clouds. How many can you identify?

Famous Rainbows: Lollipop, NBC, Slinky, beach ball, gay pride flag, Rubik's cube, Apple
Famous Clouds: iCloud, Simpsons opening sequence, BBC weather, Soundcloud, Mario, Snoopy, Flintstones, Toy Story.

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Stephen Wildish is an artist, designer and illustrator has created a series of posters that feature a film for every letter of the alphabet.

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Facebook has made its biggest acquisition in buying Instagram, a company that is under 2 years old with only 13 employees and no revenue, for a whopping $1 billion. The photo sharing start-up has been used by millions of users and counting on iOS devices and has recently been launched on Android’s Google Play. Since its launch, Instagram has managed to get 30 million users snapping pictures, adding filters, and sharing them with their friends.

 

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