Home Style Roberto Vergati Santos’ “Sponsored Heroes” Features Superheroes With Corporate Sponsorship Logos (Photos)

Roberto Vergati Santos’ “Sponsored Heroes” Features Superheroes With Corporate Sponsorship Logos (Photos)

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Graphic designer Roberto Vergati Santos has been wondering, “what would happen if superheroes got corporate sponsorship?”  So he set out to answer that question in a new series of images featuring everyone from Batman to Iron Man to The Incredible Hulk decked out with corporate logos.

It’s a pretty cool idea, especially if you remember Captain Amazing from Mystery Men (he was covered in corporate branding, like a race car). Some of them work a little better than others, of course.

You can see a smattering of the images in the above gallery, and head over to Behance for the whole thing, entitled Sponsored Heroes.

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