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He makes montages that turn sick children into superheroes

Batman, Superman, Flash ... It's a fact, kids love superheroes. These powerful characters are endowed with extraordinary abilities that fascinate children and this is the subject of a new project launched by Josh Rossi, a photographer of Italian origin who now lives in the United States. Passionate about digital retouches, John had the idea ofbring a little joy to a handful of sick children by offering them the opportunity to to put themselves in the shoes of their favorite superheroes.

Josh Rossi has set up a photo shoot for six children under 8 years suffering from serious illnesses and disabilities, turning them into iconic superheroes of the Justice League: Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman or Cyborg. The objective of the artist: reproduce the posters of the biggest blockbusters American cinema. The children had the joy of discovering posters putting them in the shoes of their favorite characters.

Credits: Josh Rossi

A magnificent artistic project that brings out dreamy smiles on these faces of children whose fight against the disease transform them rightly ... Super hero (see videos affiliated with each child). To know more about Josh Rossi, meeting on his portfolio.

Teagan Pettit aka Superman

Credits: Josh Rossi

Sofie Loftus aka Wonder Woman

Credits: Josh Rossi

Zaiden Stolrow aka Flash

Credits: Josh Rossi

Simon Fullmer aka Batman

Credits: Josh Rossi

Mataese Manuma aka Aquaman

Credits: Josh Rossi

Kayden Kinckle aka Cyborg

Credits: Josh Rossi

Imagined by: Josh Rossi

Video: Dad Transforms Kids With Disabilities Into Superheroes (February 2020).

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