If you haven’t heard of the Meural Canvas, powered by Netgear you’re missing out on a cool piece of tech. The Meural Canvas is a digital art frame that allows you to have an endless library of digital art. With either gesture swiping or voice command, you can control Meural to go to the next piece in the collection.
Available in different sizes and with a subscription membership available, Meural Canvas owners can pick different pieces or show their own pictures on the Canvas.
Not only are classic art pieces available, today Meural announced their partnership with Marvel. Marvel Superheroes are coming to the Meural Canvas. Three collections are launching today!
Meural members will now be able to showcase their favorite heroes (and villains), including Iron Man, Captain America, and Spider-Man on their Meural digital canvas. The collaboration will launch with three collections that showcase the breadth and diversity of the Marvel archive –
- Spider-Man: Across the Ages (16 images)
Since his first appearance in 1962, Spider-Man has leaped (and wall-crawled) through many adventures, and a number of renowned comic artists have contributed to the character’s evolution. This collection showcases the work of some of the most celebrated artists to ink Spidey over the last 50+ years, including John Romita Sr., Steve Ditko, and Mark Bagley.
- Marvel Studios’ Movie Posters (10 images)
Since 2008, legions of Marvel fans—both old and new—have enjoyed the live-action exploits of their favorite Marvel Superheroes. This collection presents the original posters for ten pivotal movies from Marvel Studios—thrilling, action-packed films that allow audiences across the globe to journey into the cosmic depths of the mighty Marvel Cinematic Universe!
- The Age of Marvels (16 images)
The skies are full of the Marvel Universe’s heroes, ready to battle the villains who threaten their world. Yet living in the shadow of these extraordinary icons are ordinary men and women who view the “Marvels” with a mixture of fear, disbelief, envy, and admiration. “Marvels”, a four-issue limited series comic book published in 1994, explored ordinary life in a world full of superhumans and was written from the perspective of fictional news photographer Phil Sheldon. Creators’ Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross’ realistic portrayal of the Marvel Universe won the industry’s highest honors, with three Eisner Awards in 1994. This collection showcases Alex Ross’ stunning, highly original and award-winning artwork from the series.
This isn’t the first time Meural has collaborated with someone. Earlier this year, they collabed with HBO to bring Game of Thrones artwork to the Meural Canvas. You can learn more about
Meural Canvas, powered by Netgear HERE.