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MyFace and Warner Bros. bring DC Comic art to the masses

Warner Bros. Consumer Products UK and digital conceptual art company MyFace are joining forces to commemorate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics with a collection of products that aim to bring DC Super Heroes to the masses.
May 11, 2010

Warner Bros. Consumer Products UK and digital conceptual art company MyFace are joining forces to commemorate the 75th anniversary of DC Comics with a collection of products that aim to bring DC Super Heroes to the masses.

In honor of the Europe-wide alliance, MyFace will produce an exclusive collection of works on the theme of DC Comics Super Heroes, depicting Batman, Superman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman, and it’s calling on the art world for creative assistance.

Starting this Wednesday, May 12, MyFace is launching a competition for artists, including students at European art schools, to offer their own digital interpretation of the DC Comics heroes. An international jury of art professionals will select three winners from the works submitted, rewarding them with a cash prize. All works in the final selection will appear in the Art Cube exhibition created by MyFace, which will tour European capital cities according to a predetermined schedule.

MyFace and WBCP will then select 25 exclusive DC Comics covers to be designed in a unique MyFace style. All the products produced under this collaboration will be sold in June in European concept stores, including Colette and Harvey Nichols, as well as in the MyFace gallery.

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