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Stunning Girl Covers of Superheroes and Villains by Stanley



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He may be no Stan Lee, but he is a Stanley alright. World renown digital artist, Stanley Lau covered a few leading Super Ladies for a fictional publication, Justice Magazine. He lived up to his reputation with his illustrations that proved aesthetically pleasing and showed visual fluidity that would captivate any viewer.

He has fans all over the world, (and are increasing too) which sends him requests and some even deliberately sign up for a Deviant Art account just to keep updates on his work.

After checking his artwork out, it wouldn’t be a surprise for you to do just the same.

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Mr Lau’s art inspires new generation of artists, especially with his work being based off DC Comics, Capcom, Square Enix, and mangas.

Check out more of Stanley Lau’s mesmerising artwork on Deviant Art here.


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