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Cubist Superhero/Star Wars Art

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While it's very easy to blame the internet for all of the evils in the world, sometimes it's worth remembering what amazingness it can also bring.

Case in point, these cubist pieces of wonderment from the extremely skilled Liam Brazier.

Taking on a couple of iconic superheroes and some Star Wars characters, he's turned them all into portraits that belong on a gallery wall.

We're such big fans of these pics that we're almost willing to forgive the internet for the Nyan Cat. Almost.

You can see more of Liam's work here.

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