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Superb single-line sketches of Batman characters

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As Harvey Dent will tell you, there’s a thin line between being a hero and being a villain.

A really thin line to be precise, born from the pencil of French illustrator Qui Be, whose new limited-edition prints bring to life some of Gotham’s most famous heroes using a single streak.

Done in collaboration with Geek-Art and French Paper club, the four mini prints include Batman, Robin, Catwoman and Commissioner Gordon, even managing to fit in cityscapes and other relevant props within this distinct single-line style.

If you really like them, get yourself on the Eurostar and head to the French Paper Gallery in Paris where they’ll be shown.

Who knows, maybe you’ll see Batman, Alfred and Catwoman raising a glass to each other at some bourgeois café or something.

[Via: Designtaxi.com]

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