TV presenter Jonathan Ross has created his own interpretation of Batman's costume to mark the launch of the 'Batman: Arkham Knight' video game.
Jonathan Ross has designed his own Batman costume.
The 54-year-old TV star is a noted fan of the DC Comics character and was asked to create his own unique interpretation of The Dark Knight's cape and cowl headpiece.
Ross - a self-confessed comic book and gaming fan - came up with the design for a new exhibition featuring re-imagined versions of Batman's costume curated by Moniker Projects and Warner Bros. to mark the release of new video game 'Batman: Arkham Knight'.
The exhibition - which is being staged at Kachette in Shoreditch, London, and opens on June 23 - also features designs from the likes of Noel Clarke, Eliza Doolittle and Jodie Kidd, as well as high-profile artists such as Nancy Fouts, Lauren Baker, Hayden Kays and Inkie.
Entry to the exhibition is free until it closes on Sunday June 28.
'Batman: Arkham Knight' will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC from June 23.
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