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Gorgeous Art Deco Superhero Prints

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Anyone over the age of 12 who hangs comic book artwork on their walls is in serious danger of being branded a "big kid". Art deco comic book artwork? That's another matter entirely.

These bold, beautiful vintage-themed prints are the work of Red5. Officially licensed by Marvel, each of the pieces looks to channel the retro '60s themes of comic illustrator legend John Buscema (do give him a Google if you're not familiar with his style). Hulk, Spider-Man, Captain America and Iron Man have each received the deco treatment.

Available on triple ply gloss paper (you're going to want something better than Bluetac if you're going to hang it in the hall) for £6.95, you can find the prints on the Red5 site

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