I’m a bit mesmerized by this video showcasing the 3D paper sculpture of the iconic cover of 1976’s Superman vs. The Amazing Spider-Man by Carmine Infantino, Ross Andru and Dick Giordano.
It was created by Todd R. Reis, who’s a pro at 3D shadowboxes, using 25 laser-scan prints of a store poster replicating the original cover. The production of the commissioned work took him 50 hours, spread over several months.
“Although I considered taking a few shortcuts by not going into great detail on the city skyline and antenna tower (focusing only on the two heroes) to keep it within Mike’s budget and my estimate, in working on it, the artist in me still felt I had to do justice in 3D to the original work, especially since I doubt I would be doing this cover in 3D again,” Reis explains on Facebook.
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