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Egyptian Wins Global Batman v Superman Design Competition

Egyptian Wins Global Batman v Superman Design Competition

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Mohamed Radwan, a graffiti artist from Maadi who is better known as ‘Sober’, won a global design competition held by Talenthouse on behalf of Warner Bros. Pictures.

Warner Bros. Pictures had invited visual artists to create artwork “inspired by the clash between two legendary superheroes in the film Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice”.

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The competition say more than 850 submissions were sent in, but it was Radwan’s submission that caught the attention of Talenthouse.

Radwan’s artwork was featured on social media by Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. He also earned a $US 1,000 prize.

Check out more of Radwan’s work by clicking here and don’t forget to watch the ‘making of’ video below.

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