See Jon Burgerman, Pure Evil and other artists' customised Batman costumes for the Arkham Knight exhibition

20 artists and celebrities – including Jonathan Ross and Jodie Kidd – have turned Batman's costume into works of art. See the results here.


20 artists and celebrities have created ther own versions of Batman's cowl and cape for an exhibition to promote the new Batman: Arkham Knight game. Both the exhibition and the game launch today.

The artists span live, graffiti and modern artists – and include Jon Burgerman (whose work is shown here) Pure Evil, Lauren Baker, Kid Acne, Case and INSA.

Well-known media figures who have also contributed to the exhibition include Noel Clarke, Eliza Doolittle, Jodie Kidd and Jonathan Ross.

Continue through this gallery to see more of what's on show.

Batman: Arkham Knight is out today June 23 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Hopefully it'll be as good as Arkham Asylum and Arkham City and less annoyingly driven by quicktime events as Arkham Origins.

Photo: Jon Burgerman's cowl.


Photo: Pure Evil's cowl

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Photo: Pure Evil's cowl


Photo: High Heels And Low Lifes by INSA. All photos are by Tom Dymond/REX Shutterstock.


Batman: Arkham Knight is out on June 23 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Hopefully it'll be as good as Arkham Asylum and Arkham City and less annoyingly driven by quicktime events as Arkham Origins.

Photo: Acid Rain by Lauren Baker.

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Somewhere on the Spectrum by Cyclops.


One for All, All for One by Nancy Fouts.


Till Death Do Us Part by Case.

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The city corrodes us all by Matt Small.


The city corrodes us all by Matt Small (close-up).


Becoming Yourself by The Connor Brothers.

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Batman Under Construction by Zeus.


High Heels And Low Lifes by INSA.


Photo: Jonathan Ross' cowl

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