Spidey the Menace

SA Wardega

(From io9) What if your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man didn’t bother to use his powers to fight crime and instead ran around his city spraying people with webbing and popping upside-down in unexpected places?

Artist SA Wardega took a Spider-Man outfit, a few cans of Silly String, and a total lack of shame and decided to have a little fun on the streets (and in the trains) of Warsaw.

Wardega also filmed himself performing an early Spider-Man attempt.

Like Tobey Maguire’s film Spider-Man, his first iteration of the costume wasn’t the flashiest, and his use of rope as webbing managed to infuriate his targets even more than the Silly String did.

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