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The Daredevil Project: Murdock’s Law panel

In Volume 2 of Daredevil, Kevin Smith and Joe Quesada worked together on “Guardian Devil”. The iconic page for me in this series was “Murdock’s Law”, showing Daredevil at the feet of Lady Justice. The quote is from another cover image by David Mack. My friend Cynthia Hebbard had sent me a great piece of […]

The Daredevil Project: the man behind the mask

It is Matt Murdock that draws many of us to Daredevil. Over the years we have gotten to know this very human hero very well. In all these portraits of Matt Murdock, I used a single variegated color spool of Sulky thread that I don’t remember the number of, just that I call it “Matt […]

The Daredevil Project: Tragedy Panel

As with most comic superheroes, there are tragic elements in Matt Murdock’s life. Poor fellow is unlucky at life, unlucky at love. This panel examines some of the most iconic art representing the low points. John Romita, Jr. gives us the scene of Matt in the hospital after the accident with Jack Murdock. Matt literally […]

The Daredevil Project: Nelson and Murdock panel

The law firm of Nelson and Murdock has been established since the first issue of Daredevil in 1964. The two college roommates decided to go into practice together, and their rocky but always devoted friendship has been a staple in the Daredevil saga. The Nelson and Murdock panel chronicles this duo from their times in […]

The Daredevil Project: Free-motion embroidery panel series Origin Panel

Daredevil, a Marvel Comics series, has always been a favorite. The 2003 movie starring Ben Affleck rekindled public interest in the character, and at that point, the idea for a series of art quilts featuring iconic works by various Daredevil comic book artists was born. These textile paintings are rendered in thread in a technique […]

Unisex Braille leather bracelet in faux reptile pattern

This heavy quality burgundy leather bracelet in a shiny faux reptile finish sports a copper, stainless steel, or brass plaque that can be embossed with up to six cells each in two lines with your choice of phrase or name. The plaque is riveted to the leather bracelet, which has two snaps to adjust to […]