These are two masks by artist Steven Anderson, one superhero and one supervillain, each created by combining elements of seven separate characters' masks. Can you name them all? I couldn't. Of course I couldn't even name my dog and I've had her for nine years. Isn't that right, whatsyourface? Stop licking your genitals, it's grossing daddy out.
Hit the jump for the answer keys, cheater.
Hero and Villain Masks [bite.ca]
Thanks to Allan, who once made a superhero mask out of cardboard and was going to wear it to work but got in an accident on the way because he forgot to cut eye holes.
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Remember the real-life Darth Vader/Batman armor we saw last year from Malmey Studios? Well here's an action figure from John Harmon of Mint Condition Customs based on the piece. Not gonna lie, I would totally play with that in the bathtub.
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This is a collage of Spiderman's eye made from cut-out comic book pictures by French artist Mr Garcin. This? This is a picture of my eye made from torn up Playboys. "You sure? That...looks like a b-hole." Haha, you got me. Psyche, I got you -- you're staring at my roommat... / Continue →