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Creative Illusions: Arch Enemies (2 total)

While reading comics on his iPad, Simon Page was inspired to create a very clever set of illustrations. As he looked at the Spiderman comic from 1999, he started thinking about how there's always two sides to ever story – that of good and evil, of hero and villain. A fan of minimalism, Page keeps his designs simple and fresh. Like the modern-day version of the Two Faces/Candlestick optical illusion or the Young Lady/Old Lady one, Page's Spider-Man/Goblin and Batman/Penguin give you a different experience, depending on your perspective.

The ongoing series will not only include superheros but will also include the likes of James Bond and Luke Skywalker. Because in Page's words, “For every hero there is a villain of some description.” Simon Page via SuperPunch and Moillusions

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