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2 Pinoy Artists Wins in “Morbius” Fan Art Competition

Tatak Pinoy!

The winning poster artworks by Filipino creators Adriann Delmo (left) and Jireh Villafuerte “Kyouzins” (right) in the Talenthouse global competition. Photos from Talenthouse.

[Cebu City] March 18, 2022—Pinoy Artists Adriann Delmo and Jireh Villafuerte (a.k.a. Kyouzins) were named among the five winners in ‘Morbius’ global fan art competition.

The winning poster artworks by Filipino artists were inspired by the official trailer for the movie of the Marvel antihero.

Dr. Michael Morbius’ lead actor, Jared Leto, picked Delmo and Villafuerte as their entries that caught the essence of the new Marvel legend. 

Morbius is directed by Daniel Espinosa, a story by Matt Sazama & Burk Sharpless, screenplay by Matt Sazama & Burk Sharpless, and Art Marcum & Matt Holloway, based on Marvel Comics.

“Congratulations to the #Morbius fan art winners of the Talenthouse global competition, including 2 from the Philippines! These 5 artists captured the essence of our Marvel legend,” Columbia Pictures Philippines announced in a Facebook post on February 19, 2022.

Delmo and Villafuerte will also receive $2,000 each.

“Morbius” will exclusively be screened in Philippine theaters on March 30, 2022.

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Written by Adrian Josh Lepiten

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📍Cebu, Philippines
 
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