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FAN ART: Kick-Ass 2 Minimalist Posters

Kick-Ass 2 is hitting theaters this August. Since each hero and villain is so distinct, we took a shot at creating minimalist posters showcasing each of their identities. As a bonus, these also make great iPhone wallpapers, so feel free to use them!

If you want these in a bigger size, check out our Tumblr.

EDIT: Since there seems to be confusion, we wanted to clarify that we created these as fan art in anticipation of Kick-Ass 2.
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The Post-it X-Men: Wolverine

As a bonus to the Post-It Avengers, we also created a template for Wolverine in anticipation of his upcoming solo flick The Wolverine in 2013. Hope you enjoy!

The Pixel Avengers – Templates

The Avengers
For those of you who want to recreate the Hulk or any of the other Avengers in Post-its, here are the templates to do so. We think the templates themselves look pretty cool as well.
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The Post-it Hulk Pictures

Hulk 1
In anticipation of The Avengers being released tomorrow, we thought we’d use some office supplies to pay tribute to one of Marvel’s greatest superheroes and one of the biggest (at least physically) stars of the film: the Hulk. Tomorrow, we’ll post the blueprints to make The Hulk as well as all of the other Avengers.

Hope you enjoy these as much as we enjoyed making them!
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Editorial: An American Perspective on Tintin

I recently took a trip to Europe. My three big stops were in London, Paris, and Prague. One of the things I noticed was the prevalence of marketing for the film “The Adventures of Tintin” already released in most of Europe but coming to the United States this December. At the time, the film was two months away for us Americans, so we hadn’t seen the same sort of widespread advertising for it. However, seeing it advertised in Europe got me thinking about how Americans would react to a character and a story that for the most part is beloved to a characteristically European audience.
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