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Artist Profiles

Meet the artists who transform your favorite characters into Heroic Fine Art.

Thomas Kinkade Studios

Thomas Kinkade Studio Artists paint in the true Thomas Kinkade style with great attention to detail, a love of light and an overwhelming appreciation of the way a picture can tell a beautiful story. Carrying on the model Thom himself had been driven to develop, Thomas Kinkade Studios carries on the Kinkadian tradition to create art that will stand the test of time and be treasured for the ages.

Kevin Wood

Kevin Wood is an American airbrush artist/Illustrator known throughout the years primarily for his precisely detailed portrayals of pro athletes, actors, and the world’s most recognized superheroes, and villains in comic books, and animated television series.

Blend Cota

Blend has painted it all, an astonishing range of styles from simple study sketches to landscapes and portraits, to detailed realism and abstract installation. His love of art has taken him to many paths and fulfilled his artistic persona with a vast range of trades and experience.

Guy Hobbs

Guy Hobbs paintings are collected internationally and he has won a number of prestigious awards for them. Although best known for his wildlife paintings, Guy has also had a lifelong love of all things Sci-Fi and Fantasy with a particular soft spot for comics and graphic novels.

Lisa Lopuck

Lisa returns to her digital design roots, with a radical departure in style, exploring “Digital Pop,” a series of iconic whimsical scenes with bold color blends and simplified black lines. The Digital Pop series capitalizes on this modern design literacy to tell small, often humorous, stories in each piece.

Matt Haley

Most recently the co-creator of “The Unsung” for Microsoft, Matt Haley has been illustrating for Marvel and DC Comics for years as well as for clients from the “Gotham’ TV series for Fox to famed designer Jean-Paul Gaultier. A longtime collaborator with comics legend Stan Lee, notably on the feature documentary “Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fans Hope” and the hit TV series “Who Wants to be a Superhero?”, Matt is the director of the viral hit “Blackstar Warrior” and just completed his latest TV project, “Cyberfist”.

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