10 Minimalist Marvel posters created by Marko Manev

Going off of last week’s post of celebrating unofficial movie posters that are awesome, we at Reel Design stumbled upon a series of minimalist Marvel posters created by Marko Manev, a mix-media artist, graphic designer, illustrator, and all-around badass creator from Skopje, Macedonia.

Marko’s minimalist posters take iconic Marvel character’s and reduces them to symbols associated with the character. Characters include members of the Avengers, the X-men, and the Inhumans. It’s really beautiful stuff, to be honest.

Here are our favorite 10:

#1 – Captain America

The first Avenger’s signature vibranium shield is used to depict the hero. What else could you possible need?

 

#2- Iron Man

The genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist is showing off his arc-reactor, the battery to his suits.

 

#3- Thor

The God of Thunder from Asgard, Thor’s hammer Mjölnir is shown with a cool thunderbolt behind it.

 

#4- The Hulk

The green brute with an attitude problem is reduced to his DNA, which was altered by gamma radiation. It’s cool that a character so big can be represented by something so small.

 

#5 – Hawkeye

Apparently this bow wielding marksman never misses a shot. A target his perfect for him.

 

#6 – Black Widow

A deadly Russian spy, the Black Widow’s icon derives from the Black Widow Spider itself.

 

#7 – Spider-man

Your friendly neighborhood Web-head is shown by the signature eyes on his costume, surrounded by a web.

 

#8 – Venom

You can’t have Spider-man without Venom. This Symbiote covered villain is known for his sharp teeth and long tongue (he really needs to close his mouth more).

 

#9 – Deadpool

The Merc with a Mouth! NEED I SAY MORE? If I don’t, he probably will.

 

#10 – Wolverine

This couldn’t be a Marvel list without Wolverine being involved. Wolverine’s signature claws are used to cut an X into the design. The letter X as been synonymous with Wolverine because of his association with the X-men, but also because of the Weapon X program he was a part of that gave him his adamantium skeleton.