Art without Boundaries : Preview IAMAG Master Classes 2020 Day Three

Welcome to IAMAG Master Classes 2020

It’s always a strange feeling to attend the last days of IAMAG Master Classes, a mix of emotions, after two intense day of creativity to feel that there’re still so much to learn from artists and that you’ll have to take all of these experiences to home and start your own journey

And that’s why we name this day art without boundaries, as we’ve made the choice to feature artists with different cultures, working on creative projects from all over the world.

With artists as Dyland Cole, Armand Serrano, Eytan Zana, Jerrica Cleland, Feng Zhu or Mateusz Urbanowicz, whether they’re working on AAA games or some of the most famous movies, they work for projects in different parts of this world, America, Asia, Europe, creating art without boundaries.

 

Dylan Cole

Dylan Cole is a production designer working in the entertainment industry. Since graduating from UCLA in 2001, he has contributed art to over 60 films. Notable credits include Senior Matte Painter on Return of the King, Concept Art Director on Avatar, and Production Designer for Maleficent.
Currently, Dylan is co-production designer on the four Avatar sequels.


 

Eytan Zana

Eytan Zana is a concept artist at Naughty Dog. Specializing in environment design, Eytan has contributed on The Last of Us and the Uncharted series for nearly a decade. When not working, Eytan enjoys digital plein-air painting and traveling abroad..


 

Feng Zhu

For more than 20 years, Feng Zhu has contributed to some of the highest profiled projects in the entertainment industry. His broad design skills allowed him to reach across into many fields from hit movies, to triple-A games, memorable TV commercials and toy designs.
Founding his own design company, Feng Zhu Design, his clients included Microsoft, Electronic Arts, Sony, Activision, Industrial Light+Magic, NCSoft, Warner Brothers, Lucasfilm, Bay Films, Epic Games, and many other top studios.


 

Jericca Cleland

Jericca Cleland is a writer-director of original content for film and television. She developed her filmmaking skills as a cinematographer in the story-centric environment of Pixar Animation Studios where she designed filming and staging for the popular and award-winning feature films Finding Nemo and Toy Story 2.
Since then, she has worked in various capacities both independently and for other major studios, including Sony Pictures Animation, Aardman Animations, and Walt Disney Animation


 

Armand Serrano

Armand Serrano is a Filipino-American Visual Development Artist and Production Designer for animated feature films. He is known for his works at Walt Disney Animation Studios and Sony Pictures Animation. He has been in in the animation industry for almost 3 decades. He is also known as a lecturer in the field of animation and design. He conducts workshops and demos internationally.


 

Mateusz Urbanowicz

Mateusz Urbanowicz was born (1986) and raised in Silesia, Poland. Studied electronic engineering until he found out that making art can be more than a weird hobby while working with the makers of graphics tablets: WACOM. He finished Computer Graphics at Polish Japanese Institute of Information Technology, and thanks to a Japanese government scholarship, moved to Kobe, Japan to study animation and comics. Graduated with honors from Kobe Design University with a short animated movie called « Right Places ».
From 2013 he has been working as a full-time background artist in the Comix Wave Films animation studio in Tokyo. Taking part in making of TV commercials, animated TV series (for example « Space Dandy ») and feature-length animated movies (like « Your Name. »).


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