As an urban planner, Aldo Moroni is mostly an improviser.
Native of Poland, child of Detroit, Karlic remains curious about cars, immigration, and dashed dreams.
Davis demonstrates that "small-town" doesn't mean "small minded."
He may design with a computer, but in reality Chris Rand is a modern update to the village blacksmith.
For decades now, Seekins has made himself a work of art.
His imagination was never-ending: his images were on gallery walls; his caricatures graced magazines and calendars; his patents proved his ingenuity.
Aiken's work can be found in the collections of General Mills, the Taj Mahal, the Walker Art Center, Maya Angelou, and Herbie Hancock.
Dehn is a published lithographer and two-time Guggenheim fellowship recipient.
Many, many people met Reginald Anderson over the decades, but few of them knew what he could really do.
As an aspiring animator, Ke Jiang had a personally fixed horizon: "Creating the highest level of artistic visuals for games is always my goal..."