In this article we will showcase the excellent work of world acclaimed digital art designer Stanley Lau, we will see his take on the comic book world, he draw five amazingly magazine cover concepts featuring some of our favourite heroines from DC Comics. He illustrated Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Black Canary, Catwoman and Poison Ivy, as supermodels on the front covers of Justice Magazine.

Stanley Lau alias Artgerm, was born in Hong Kong, he is an designer, illustrator, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends Studios, a world acclaimed digital art studio that produces high quality artworks for the likes of DC Comics, Capcom, Square Enix and other important names in the entertainment and gaming industry.

Being a top artist in graphic design and advertising, his art continues to infect and inspire new generations of artists and his ever-growing fan base around the world, his art has a strong sense of aesthetics and visual fluidity.

Supergirl

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If you are in doubt, Stanley Lau has come up with a awesome concept for a fictional publication, “Justice Magazine“, that features some of DC’s biggest female stars as sexy cover features.

Wonder Woman

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Black Canary

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Catwoman

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Poison Ivy

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Harley Quinn

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Batgirl

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Power Puffing Ladies

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His portrayal of super heroine vixens is definitely worth a second look and we are hoping that he continues to produce these sultry eye-catching works of art.

The following artwork could easily pass as magazine cover, featuring Invisible Woman From Marvel.

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Jun the Swan

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Cheetara

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Let us know which frontpage cover is your favorite or what are your suggestions for future Justice Magazine covers?





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  • Itia:

    I really really loved catwoman ^^ it’s really cool and YOUR STYLE IS AMAZING *O* sempai is the best!!!!!!!!!huuuum if you have to draw another girl I will say can you draw Gamora of the guardian of the galaxy? or will you do the cover with super hero on it? like batman would be the “mysteriously dark” or something like that? I wonder how spider man would look with your style or the punicher I can already see super man “golden boy” or green arrow or even aqua men ……sorry talk wayyyyyyyy too much ^^” continue doing amazing art piece!!

  • Carli:

    Wonder Woman is AMAZING! I’d love to see Starfire, Raven, Killer Frost, and Batgirl happen

  • Roger:

    Ms Marvel of course!

  • Sebastian Rook:

    2 words for the next cover: Harley Quinn <3 _ <3 make it happen¡

  • Christopher:

    These magazines really need to happen.

  • Shreya:

    The superb detail and coloring really bring out those covers in a spectacular fashion.

  • Daniel Montgomery:

    You can always spot a talented male artist by his ability to draw women’s clothes on an already very well drawn woman. A male artist that can really utilize women’s fashion like this is fantastic.

  • André M.:

    Lovely!

  • Jeremy Girard:

    kudos to the intelligent design on the magazine logo/layout as well…great job!

  • Geoffrey:

    Beautifully done, outstanding work!

  • Erik Anderberg:

    Breath Taking style, Beautiful layout and Spectacular shadowing and highlighting!

  • Aaron Martone:

    this is a great idea, not to mention skillful art.

  • Jan Doggen:

    Fantastic! I love these magazine covers!

  • Andrew Richardson:

    The guy has MAD skills. These faux magazines are proof of that.