A truly Marvel-lous show!
Get ready to marvel at a new limited edition collection of ‘Superheroes’ art at Castle Galleries in thecentre:mk.
Some of the brand’s most iconic comic book covers have been reworked and launched as a stunning limited edition collection...for the grown-up comic lover!
Chosen, curated and signed by legendary Marvel editor Stan Lee, the six-piece series brings to life the well-loved, timeless characters who have entertained readers for decades, featuring in television serials, films and spin-off merchandise galore.
The Amazing Spiderman, The Invincible Iron Man, X-Men, The Avengers, The Silver Surfer and The Incredible Hulk have been brought to life using specialised techniques and materials to create the striking artwork.
Fans of the comic book heroes will instantly recognise the significant covers, including The Incredible Hulk Special #1 – the greatest comic book cover of all time according to TV presenter and Marvel lover, Jonathan Ross.
Peter Viet Lu, manager at Castle Galleries said: “This collection showcases some of the most iconic comic book covers ever to have been created, featuring some of the most renowned characters ever to have been developed.
“The artwork itself is not only incredibly striking – the intense colours, the bold lines and the way in which the essence of each superhero is captured in just one frame – but each cover communicates a wonderful narrative.
“What Stan Lee and his artists achieved here was to tell a story in just one image.
“The communicative style of this kind of art tells us about humanity, the struggles, the triumphs, the trials, the tribulations and that is something everyone can identify with.”
Marvel’s debut fine art collection is being exhibited now at Castle Galleries, Acorn Walk, thecentre:mk
Prices start at £695.
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