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Artist illustrates the X-Men Women, ‘Street Style’

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X-Men can’t live on blue-and-white jumpsuits alone. Artist Tom Kennedy has illustrated a dozen of the X-Men’s women members in his unofficial “Street Style” print, featuring fashionable civilian looks for Jean Grey, Storm, Jubilee, Kitty Pryde, Polaris, Mystique, Rogue, Dazzler, Psylocke, Emma Frost, X-23 and Magik.

There are fun details thrown in there — X-23, Marvel’s current Wolverine and a clone of the original, wears a Wolverine t-shirt; Kitty Pryde is holding a dragon-training book. Plenty of the outfits in the print are reminiscent of the respective character’s superhero duds, but Jubilee’s look appears to be just about identical to her classic outfit — which makes sense, given that she was always pretty casual from the start. And, for reasons not immediately obvious, Mystique’s going-out top is apparently no top at all.

This isn’t the only time Kennedy has taken inspiration from Marvel’s mutants, he also drew the ’90s X-Men team with a “robotic” bent. Here’s a look at the full “Street Style” image, which could be considered NSFW due to an illustrated blue nipple:

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When it comes down to it, Mystique is pretty much always naked. She just shape changes to look like she’s wearing the same thing as the person she impersonates.

NIIIIIICE.

Great work. Nice attention to detail!

HI ,
I LOVE THESE DESIGNS. GREAT ARTIST HOW CAN I CONTACT THE ARTIST TO BUY SOME OF HIS PRINTS.

PALO

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