The Tokusatsu Network’s Artist Feature returns from this past Designer Con in Pasadena, CA. There we met various artists and designers whose creations stem from pop-culture, sci-fi, and tokusatsu. Christopher Bonnette is a Los Angeles-based artist whose paper craft pieces, designs, and sculpture can be found internationally. The upcoming Smash Mash Monster mobile app game by Ingenuity […]
Best known for his artistic recreations of Godzilla, Matt Frank’s work spans many franchises and genres that can be found in both comic book form as well as his personal pieces and original creations. Most of Matt’s art can be found on his website, MattFrankArt.com, as well as his DeviantArt and Tumblr pages.
Paulo Santana is an artist undeniably passionate about unique characters and giant robots, who specializes in illustration and 2D character design.
A fan of tokusatsu since childhood, Thomas Perkins is an Emmy-award winning artist whose love and passion for heroes shows in his personal and professional work. Working in the animation and film industry since 1997, his professional roster includes Godzilla: the Series, Ben 10, Kaijudo: Rise of the Duel Masters, Avengers: Earth’s Mightest Heroes, and most recently, Beware the […]
The Tokusatsu Network’s Artist Feature continues with artist Lindsay Smith, who grew up in Santa Rosa, California before making her home in Los Angeles. She’s the creator of the webcomic, Daisy is Dead and her illustrations and fabrication work has been featured at a number of shows at Q Pop Shop and Gallery in Los Angeles, […]
OMOCAT is a Los Angeles born and raised artist whose personal and fan work gained the attention of brands such as Coca-Cola, NAMCO, and Fangamer as well as convention “Artist Alley” attendees.
Artist, Kyle Carrozza (@TVsKyle) originated from Catskill in upstate New York, home to other greats such as Rip Van Winkle and Mike Tyson. He’s a down-to-earth artist with a passion for animation and tokusatsu.
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