This suit was made in Australia by a process called “Dye-sublimation.” The creator of the suit first went and made the pattern for the suit, the colors, muscle shading, webs, etc, in photoshop. That pattern is then taken to a printer where the pattern is printed onto a sheet of white lycra. Dye sublimation involves heating the fabric up, opening its pores, so that the dye actually goes into the fabric, instead of just being put on the surface. This means the colors last much longer, are much more vibrant and fade less when stretched.
The eyes are urethane for the edges with twos layers of aluminum mesh painted white.
I won "Best Overall" at my college's costume contest for suit.