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Terrible, Weird X-Men Coloring Book Inspires Awesome, Weird X-Men Art

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If I had to describe the art of Brandon Bird (and I do sometimes, whenever I show friends my copy of his art book/coloring book), it would be deliberately arranged combinations of low brow pop culture, mass produced art, and surrealism. His art show “X-Mans,” in which he invited nearly two dozen friends to create work based on pages from a poorly drawn and produced, actual X-Men coloring book, is no different. You can find all the art in “X-Mans” here at his site.

(via Geekologie.)

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