Do you believe in super heroes? We’re about to convince you that you should, cause here we have a bunch of photos of super heroes that are living among us. You don’t believe it? Well, photographer Josh Rossi did some great shots featuring little super heroes or brave hospitalized children under the age of 8 with illnesses and disabilities.
Rossi named this noble project Kid Super Heroes, transforming hospitalized children into Justice League characters. Digital artist and a professional photographer did a great job inspired by the movie posters featuring children as they boldly stand before a dramatic, digitally-rendered Justice League logo. He printed finished photos into posters and showed them to the kids. They got even more empowered seeing themselves how brave they are.
See the heartwarming photos of a group of kids that participated this project and how they look in specially made costumes striking their best superhero poses and what Rossi told to PetaPixel.
“The whole idea was to take the things that are weaknesses for the kids such as cancer and other diseases and turn them into strengths. It was amazing seeing the excitement on their faces.”
Teagan Pettit as Superman
Teagan has hypoplastic left heart syndrome.
And this is the photoshopped image – How cool is that?
Sofie Loftus, 3, as Wonder Woman
Sofie is battling embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer.
Sofie as Wonder Woman – looking badass!
Zaiden Stolrow, 7, as The Flash
Zaiden suffers from severe ADHD.
Zaidan as Flash Gordon
Simon Fullmer, 5, as Batman
Simon is fighting a rare form of nerve cancer called neuroblastoma.
Simon as Batman, could be my favorite superhero kids picture
Mataese Manuma, 2, as Aquaman
Mataese is battling acute megakaryoblastic leukemia.
Mataese as Aquaman
Kayden Kinckle, 5, as Cyborg
Kayden was born with omphalocele and has had both of his legs amputated.