Last Sunday was successful for the Hungry Creators at the Las Vegas Super Con. The anime/cosplay/manga community is very alive and kicking! It was refreshing to be around a plethora of creativity. Much respect goes out to the following artists for their intriguing art styles.
Brynn DaQuille was cool enough to swap one of our sock dolls for her art prints. Her style consists of advanced skills in watercolor and transforming cardboard into a glowing piece of intense composition. Please visit her site and show her some love.
Patrick Halm has been apart of the Las Vegas Super Con since 2005 and chilling in the Artist’s Alley. Hungry Creators wants you to see him past his computer savvy. We are impressed with this excerpt from his site:
“As an artist and designer, I am concerned with the language of the mind. Familiar images of characters, folk legends, and audio and visual motifs are shorthand for very specific experiences buried in our collective subconscious. What are the specific images and experiences shared by people in our culture? In addition to communication, can these experiences be used to create a resonance of memory between individuals? Do people–in the workplace, in the theater, or on the street–behave differently together while under the influence of a shared experience?”
Stevie’s style is fun and we love love love her slogan ” A traditional artist in digital world.” She meshes her art with her fandom. We saw Pokemon, Mario and Gaga. Hungry Creators even put a bid on her painting and won!
Hungry Creators admires all the geeks that make this world go round. Without you, what thing, person, or place could ever be called cool?