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Vintage Two-Toned Superhero Artwork
Michael Cho Adapts Nostalgic Appeal for Contemporary Audiences


By: Andrew Robertson (Star) Jun 4, 12
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Michael Cho pays homage to the vintage aesthetics of comic book art through his impressive collection of illustrations. With movies such as Iron Man and The Avengers making big blockbuster dollars, it’s easy to forget the origins of where many of these Superheroes come from.

The Toronto-based freelance artist has an impressive portfolio of illustrations done for a variety of magazines and publications as well as an array of comic book and superhero artwork. Michael Cho’s authentic style is demonstrated through his use of two tones when drawing his artwork, a style that captures a nostalgic charm while being adapted towards a contemporary audience.

From Iron Man to Daredevil to the Super Friends, Michael Cho’s color scheme is both perfectly chosen and masterfully balanced.



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