D is for Daredevil: Papercraft type based on Marvel characters

Captain America once proudly said the "A" doesn't stand for France, but in this intriguing art series neither does it stand for "America." Instead it's Archangel. But don't worry, Cap fans: He lays claim to "C."

Designer Eddy Ymeri has created an inventive papercraft series based on Marvel characters titled Superhero Caps. Created as a portfolio piece, the series depicts select letters using the colors, style and patterns of popular Marvel heroes and villains like Daredevil, the Hulk, Loki, and others. While Ymeri has only created 10 letters so far, these inspiring pieces may hit home for fans of design and comics. You can view them all at the website Ymeri set up, SuperheroCaps.

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